In the Calculus I - III, the concepts didn't seem so difficult but the highest I would be able to make on an exams would be a high B and a majority of my tests have been lower B's.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But when I got into Linear Algebra, the concepts had the potential of creating headaches and I went through class with "absolute confusion" however, I would get A's on the test (and I'm still continuing that streak and part of the three of our class that usually sets the curve on tests).

What's wrong?

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# Mathematics and Confusion

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