I am a college student and I am mainly interested in science
, especially biology
. I was the valedictorian of my high school and have been accepted into the University of Florida as a biology major. I really find learning about the sciences interesting and engaging, and they were my favorite subjects in high school and continue to be in college. I hope to continue my love of learning by becoming a professor teaching a subject in biology, such as anatomy
I have completed 2 years at UF already, and have received A's and B's in General Chemistry
1 and 2, Organic Chemistry
1 and 2, Physics
2, and Physiology and Molecular Biology of Animals, among other subjects. In high school, I have obtained AP credit for Biology, Psychology
, Physics 1, and Calculus
, among others.
I am mainly interested in tutoring in math
and science. I am proficient in high school level math up to Algebra
. I am quite proficient in high school and college level science, mainly in biology, chemistry, and some physics.
I want to be a tutor because I want to supplement my income, I want to help others to learn, but mainly I want to explore what it will be like to teach, as I wish to be a professor when it comes time for me to settle into a career. I idolize many of my professors, and I find what they do to be fun, interesting, engaging, and very important. I want to have the same impact on others as they do.
24 hours notice required
Travels within 20 miles of Gainesville, FL 32601
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We first have to know that the formula for sodium sulfate is Na2SO4 since sulfate has a charge of -2, and sodium a charge of +1. Barium nitrate has a formula of Ba(NO3)2 for similar reasons. The precipitate that
we are trying to form is BaSO4, so for every 1 mole of barium, there must...
For the tin cup, you need to find its molar mass. If you look on a periodic table, you'll find the atomic mass, which is the molar mass, and it is expressed in grams per mole (g/mol). So for tin, the molar mass is 118.71 g/mol. We use the molar mass to
convert between moles and grams. So for...
Single atoms are those atoms that can exist independently, so Xe fits this since it is one of the noble gases. (Cu and Ni may or may not fit this category. Most likely Cu and Ni are in the formula units category since those metals exist in solid network
forms). Diatomic molecules are those molecules...