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May 20, 2019 / By Innes
Question: I have always been a straight A student and most of my other classes have averages from 95-100 but this year I have been struggling in algebra 2. Its not even that I don't understand the topic, when we do homework and classwork I always get all of the questions right but for some reason I just cant seem to do that on a test. I just failed a test for the first time today and I am in 10th grade. Therefore, my math average is now a 73. Please help me get back on track!!

Elea | 10 days ago
As you advance in math you have to change your study habits. I used to breeze by math in elementary and early highschool. When i took calculus i failed the first time, then i took it again and i got a B+. i studied very hard and re did problems over and over without looking at the answer.
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Originally Answered: I'm struggling, nearly failing Algebra 2 Trig?
Originally Answered: I'm struggling, nearly failing Algebra 2 Trig?
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Originally Answered: I'm struggling, nearly failing Algebra 2 Trig?
you can do it.. just study harder.. research on the net sample problems and try to learn those... Trigo is my fave subject... trust me... its fun.. with all those SOHCAHTOA and CHOSHACAO.. hehe... face your problems head on.. :)

Cherise
P=Perimeter, W=Width, L=length The equation to locate the edge of a rectangle is P=2W+2L So all you need to do is plug on your numbers P=60 in., L=22 in., W=?? so, 60=2W+2(22) Multiply: 60=2W+40 4 Subtract 40 4 on the two aspects sixteen=2W Divide by potential of two on the two aspects and now you have 8=W And Double verify your answer so P=2(8)+2(22) P=sixteen+40 4 P=60 So your answer is J 8 inches desire this helps :)
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