
#1
Feb313, 07:41 PM

P: 91

All right guys. A lil history bout me. in high school (10 years ago) i hated math, now i like it. Never went far with it in high school. Failed trig a year and a half ago. had to retake. Now im in my first EVER calc2 class. Finished calc 1 with a high 80's (87 or so). Now im in calc2 and i bombed my first test. 66% average was about 60% or so. I LOVE my instructor and i had him for calc1. So, guidance from people would be nice. Im trying to stay positive and realize that its just a test. its the learning i need to focus on. I have tried to understand the material but it is soooooo new to me and i have no physics behind me at all either. Mainly, its knowing which formula to use. it took me 4 or 5 hours to complete 4 volume problems... it just makes no sense. haha. anyway i find positive thinking is a BIG key to figuring out what to do next
He doesnt curve. Our school doesnt allow it for certain math classes. makes it harder. thanks guys 



#2
Feb313, 10:12 PM

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#3
Feb413, 01:04 AM

P: 91

, or at least i think i do. thanks 


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