I mentioned some of this in the thread about math that floating around here a few days ago and I could use some advice. I ended up getting a low "C" on this last test. My average for the term is a borderline "B" at the moment. I need to decide by Monday if I want to try and stick it out the rest of the term or take the course over next term.

This is what we have left to go over for the term:

Systems of linear equations in two variables

Problem solving and and business applications using systems of equations

Polynomials, polynomial functions and factoring

Quadratic formula

Quadratic functions and their graphs

Polynomial equations and their applications

Radical expressions and functions

Rational exponents

If we get to it, these also:

Equations quadratic in form

Polynomial and rational inequalities

How difficult is this stuff?

Should I raise the white flag now or talk to my instructor and see when our third test is? If it's before the final date for a withdrawal from the course I can take it and see how I do before making a final decision.

I'm all cornfused.

This is what we have left to go over for the term:

Systems of linear equations in two variables

Problem solving and and business applications using systems of equations

Polynomials, polynomial functions and factoring

Quadratic formula

Quadratic functions and their graphs

Polynomial equations and their applications

Radical expressions and functions

Rational exponents

If we get to it, these also:

Equations quadratic in form

Polynomial and rational inequalities

How difficult is this stuff?

Should I raise the white flag now or talk to my instructor and see when our third test is? If it's before the final date for a withdrawal from the course I can take it and see how I do before making a final decision.

I'm all cornfused.