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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hey there guys im not sure if this is the right section to ask this question but anyway here goes..

I'm in high school and i just took the introductory physics course and so far I'm doing pretty bad (high 60%-low 70%s) which i am surprised at because i did/do very well in mathematics last semester and finished with like 94%. People always told me physics is just like math and if you are good at math you should be fine with physics.

Anyway i don't know why im struggling so much in physics i was wondering if you guys

Thanks guys.

I'm in high school and i just took the introductory physics course and so far I'm doing pretty bad (high 60%-low 70%s) which i am surprised at because i did/do very well in mathematics last semester and finished with like 94%. People always told me physics is just like math and if you are good at math you should be fine with physics.

Anyway i don't know why im struggling so much in physics i was wondering if you guys

*have any tips to improve/get better*. Im actually very worried about this because i need to do well in physics to pursue my future career (engineering). More specifically its not the math really in physics that troubles me its always the theory behind the mechanics that does like i don't understand the theory part of the math.Thanks guys.