Good morning everyone! Sunny here . I am so glad I do not live in Denver!They can have it!just a quick note before I have to run to the store,Everyone have a good day!Be back later.
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3/19/03 at 5:56am
|I've been watching the news but I had to turn it off... I sometimes get too close to it and I get paranoid. Anne, I pray for you and all of the people in the countries threatened by war.|
|Originally posted by katl8e
Jenn, I have always had a problem with math, too. No pocket calculators when I was in school. Algebra was a total mystery - its the only "F" that I ever got. Still can't figure percentages and interest rates.
|Got my math grade. I'm sitting at 31%. I'm so disappointed. I went in for extra help, I did all my work, and I still don't understand. I have until June to get this mark up to par or else I have to go to summer school. I wish the numbers made sense to me. I just don't understand anything. **bangs head against wall*.|
|Originally posted by okeefecl
Please don't feel down. My sis-in-law (who I'd take on as a sister in a heartbeat) has always had problems with math. Well, I am so proud and tickled to say she's getting her Bachelor's degree in May! And, she's starting a Master's program in Social Work this summer. Don't think this is something you can't get over, I believe you can. I think a fear of math (or any subject) can make it harder. I'm sending you happy math vibes (I don't know how that looks, maybe lots of numbers?). Good luck!