Hi I'm new here! I've always loved math and have been really good at figuring out how to solve word problems logically and figuring out math in general. When my teachers explain how to do problems i get confused/can't follow what they're saying but its usually fine because i can just figure it out myself. However in physics, a lot of the concepts are explained using algebra and my inability to follow what's going on is becoming a problem. I've stalked a bunch of the physics professors at the college I'm going to on ratemyprof and none of them seem like they teach in a way that i can completely understand (like a more visual approach). I'm not sure if I'll just have to work harder and ask a lot of questions or if i should just give up and just major in something like bio instead? I feel like I'd be a better physicist or mathematician than a biologist but bio would be a much easier major for me. What should i do?