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College Physics - September 14th 2009, 07:17 PM

College Physics has anyone taken this type of class here? I desperatly need a way to remember this stuff, this is the only math class that I have taken so far that is seriously kicking my butt and im debating on withdrawling for it to take it later any help would be awesome.
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Re: College Physics - September 16th 2009, 02:19 AM

Hey Jack,

I took AP Physics C, but only Mech, not E&M. What are you having trouble with, specifically, I mean?

You can also try PhysicsForums.com. They're definately all about Physics help.

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Re: College Physics - September 24th 2009, 07:50 AM

I took AP Physics B in high school and then took the Calculus based Physics in college. Maybe we could help you more if you had specific questions but in the meantime just keep at it and don't be afraid to talk to your professor and take advantage of his/her office hours. They can be really helpful and it will show that you are putting effort in and actually care so if you end up getting a borderline grade, they might remember you from office hours and give you the benefit of the doubt.
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