### 60 Min Private Tutoring on Physics & Chemistry 1-On-1 | Master Science Concepts

In this one-time exciting classs, students will receive 1:1 private tutoring help on Algebra-Based Physics or General Chemistry Concepts such as Practice Problem, Homework, Lab work, or Concept Revision for 55-60 minutes to reach mastery.

###### Mahamudul Hasan, B.Eng Mechanical

#### What's included

###### Meets on Demand

schedule meetings as needed###### 55 mins

per session###### Teacher support

#### Class Experience

In this class, students will receive one-on-one private tutoring help on physics and chemistry subject from Engineer Mahamudul H. who has tutored students over the last 12 years. This has provided immense opportunities to learn about the student psychology and their learning curves. This class is aimed to work with students who are between grades 1-12th or 6-18 years old. Once you sign your learner up, please send me details about the topic you need help with. Don’t see a time that works for your learner? Click on my profile to see availability and request a time! Specific topics I will have plenty of help and information for are: For Chemistry: Math basics • Algebra • Dimensional analysis • Metric system • Scientific notation • Significant digits Math and Science • Algebra and Dimensional Analysis • Scientific Notation • Significant Digits • The Metric System • Measurements • Chemistry and Other Fields • Scientific Thinking • The Scientific Method • Laboratory Basics • Lab Safety • Lab tools and techniques • Lab Report Writing Atoms, Compounds, and the Periodic Table • Atomic Theory and the Elements • The Periodic Table • Atom Nomenclature • Periodic Trends • Subatomic Particles • Atomic Number, Mass, and Charge • Isotopes and Ions • Avogadro’s number and the Mole • Molecules, Compounds, Mixtures, and Solutions • Naming and Writing Compounds • Empirical and Molecular Formula • Electron Configuration • Chemical and Physical Properties • Chemical and Physical Changes Bonding • Molecular, Ionic, and Metallic Bonding • Intermolecular Forces • States and Types of Matter • Solids, Liquids, and Gasses • Valance Electrons • Lewis Dot Diagrams • Orbitals • VSEPR Theory • Resonance • Hybridization • Polarity Chemical Reactions • Completing Chemical Equations • Balancing Chemical Equations • Stoichiometry • Limiting reactants • Percent Completion and Excess Reagents • Redox Reactions • Gasses and Gas Laws • Reaction Kinetics • Rate Laws Solutions • Electrolytes • solubility and Colligative Properties • Molarity and Other Concentrations • Acids and Bases • pH and pOH • Strong and Weak Acids and Bases • pKa and Buffers • Chemical Equilibrium • ICE Tables • Electrochemistry Physical Chemistry • Quantum Theory • Quantum Numbers • Thermodynamics • Exothermic and Endothermic • Enthalpy and Entropy • Nuclear Chemistry • Radioactivity and Light For Physics: Physics– Algebra-based Math basics • Algebra and Trigonometry • Dimensional analysis • Metric system • Scientific notation • Significant digits • Vectors and scalars Nature of Science • Accuracy and precision • Bias and Ethics • Communication • Data collection and analysis • Models • Pseudo Sciences • Safety • Science and Society • Scientific Method • Scientific Quantities • Scientific Thinking • Scientists and Discoveries • Theories and Laws • Tools and Measurement Kinematics • Position, Distance, and Displacement • Speed and velocity • Acceleration • Position vs time graphs • Velocity vs time graphs • Kinetic equations under constant acceleration • Free fall equations • Projectiles • Circular motion • Center of mass Dynamics • Newton’s Laws Work, energy and power • Work and work-kinetic energy theorem • Conservative forces and Potential energy • Conservation of mechanical energy • Power • Simple Harmonic motion • Momentum • Sources of energy on Earth Fluid Mechanics • Density and Pressure • Buoyancy – Archimedes’ Principle • Fluid dynamics • Fluid Flow continuity equation • Bernoulli’s Equation Fluid Mechanics • Hydrostatics Fluid Pressure Thermal Physics • Heat • Temperature • Mechanical Equivalent of heat • Heat Transfer and thermal expansion • Calorimetry • Kinetic Theory • Ideal Gases • Gas laws • Thermodynamics Electrostatics • Electric charges • Conductors, insulators and semi-conductors • Charging by conduction • Charging by induction • Coulomb’s Law • Electric fields • Gauss’ Law • Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential • Motion of charges particles in electric fields • Capacitance Current Electricity • EMF • Circuits • AC/DC • Current • Resistance • Electric Power • Electric Energy • Resistors in series • Resistors in Parallel • Batteries and Internal Resistance • Kirchoff's Law • Ohm’s Law • Voltmeters • Ammeters • RC circuits Electromagnetism • Force of a magnetic field on a moving charge • Force of a magnetic field on a current carrying wire • Torque on a current carrying loop • Magnetic fields due to straight and coiled wires • Electromagnetic Induction • Magnetic flux • Faraday’s Law • Lens’s Law • Motors • Mass Spectrometers Advanced Physics Concepts • Algebra and trigonometry • Dimensional analysis • Units and unit conversions • Scientific notation • Estimates and orders of magnitudes • Significant figures Nature of Science • Accuracy and precision • Data collection via observation and measurement and the analysis of this data • Error analysis • Experimental design • Models • Scientific method • Tools and measurement • Communicating scientific results Newtonian Mechanics Kinematics (Motion Along a Straight Line) • Position, distance, and displacement • Average and instantaneous velocity • Average and instantaneous acceleration • Position vs time graphs • Velocity vs time graphs • Acceleration vs time graphs • Differential determination of position, velocity and acceleration as a function of time • Kinematic equations under constant acceleration Dynamics • Newton’s Laws of Motion • Mass and weight • Fundamental forces of nature • Static and kinetic friction • Air resistance • Elevator problems • Incline planes • Dynamics of circular motion Work, energy, and power • Work and the work-kinetic energy theorem • Conservative forces and potential energy • Non-conservative forces Work, energy, and power(cont'd) • Conservation of mechanical energy • Energy diagrams • Power Systems of particles, linear momentum, impulse and collisions • Center of mass • Two object system • Momentum Circular Motion and Rotations • Uniform circular motion • Angular velocity and acceleration • Frequency and period • Vertical circular motion • Rotational kinematics • Moment of inertia • Rotational inertia • Parallel axis theorem • Rotational kinetic energy • Work and power in rotational motion • Torque • Torque and angular acceleration for a rigid object • Rotation of a rigid object around a fixed axis Equilibrium and Elasticity • Rotational equilibrium (torque) • Conditions for static equilibrium • Center of gravity • Stress, strain, and elastic moduli • Elasticity Fluid Mechanics • Density and Pressure • Buoyancy – Archimedes’ Principle • Fluid dynamics • Fluid Flow continuity equation • Bernoulli’s Equation • Hydrostatics • Fluid Pressure • Viscosity and Turbulence Gravitation • Universal Gravitation • Gravitational Fields • Orbits • Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion • The Motion of satellites • Apparent Weight • Oscillatory Motion Please send me the concept that you would like to get help with and we will discuss further how you can master the topic in minimum time. Before the session, the parents/students are requested to share the topic and goals for the session so that time could be spent efficiently. Thanks.

##### Learning Goals

`The goal is to master the topic that's requested by the parent/learner as much as possible within the time.`

#### Other Details

###### Parental Guidance

No Violent conent will be used here.

###### Supply List

Please send me or upload any worksheet or document so we can work more efficiently without losing any time.

###### External Resources

Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.

##### Mahamudul Hasan, B.Eng Mechanical

4.8

203reviews

##### Teacher expertise and credentials

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I have been a Senior Math and Science Tutor at the Princeton Review and Tutor.com for the past 5 years. I have tutored over 10,000 students in core math and science subjects for the last 5-6 years from grade 1 to grade 12. I love to work with students. My simple step-by-step blueprint system has helped thousands of students and I hope it will help you as well in your learning journey. Over 6,000 of my students have rated my learning on the online platform and more than 2,000 students have put me as their favorite tutor.
My simple step-by-step learning instruction breaks down any learning session into digestible pieces, so students find it easy to comprehend and build up the learning experience.
In terms of my education, I have completed Mechanical Engineering Degree from one of the top universities in Canada and, I have also worked with companies in CAD modeling applications and 3D Designs. I have trained students in 3D modeling & design, and also supervised summer camps.
My immense passion for teaching brought me to Outschool to help a wider number of students and bolster their learning process.
Remember, learning takes you to the next level. So, learn more !!!
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###### Live 1-on-1 Lessons

#### $35

per sessionMeets on demand

55 min

Completed by 5 learners

Live video meetings

Ages: 5-18