i've aced many college level English courses, so i think im doing fine in english,,, even if i was as bad at English as you say though, the way your presenting it to me, is in a mean way, and kind of stating i cant do anything about it. id hope youre not like this with students who actually do struggle in physics.RABBIT season!
You're entirely missing the point, sportsstar. So, once more, with feeling.
Evidently, from your writing skills, the school system failed not only your friend in math, but you in communication, writing, and basic English skills also. You couldn't take your friend seriously because she didn't know what a "logarithm" was, and yet she'd graduated high school. Fine. We get your point.
However, you don't know when to use "than" as opposed to "then" and you don't appear to know the difference between "your and you're". That's grade school. How on earth are we supposed to take you seriously, then?
I'm hoping beyond hope you get the point, here. It's important. Clear communication skills are critical regardless of the field you're in. If you can't communicate your ideas properly, they're useless.
If your point is to demonstrate to us that the school system not only failed your friend but failed you too, then you've done a bang-up job of that.