. A few years back I kinda dropped the ball with school. If I didn't understand something, I gave up on it. Because of that I've been pretty behind for quite a while now, but this year I decided to change and become a better student. There's still a few things I'm not entirely great at, but out of them all math is one that I suffer from the most. Geometry hasn't been too hard up until now, but I never quite understood certain aspects of Algebra and my current Geometry lessons require some algebraic knowledge which is what I lack. I've tried doing it on my own but I don't understand things easily, Khan Academy is super helpful but most of the time, the amount of knowledge overwhelms me and I don't learn a thing from the video/lesson. I know this is not going to be a simple one and done fix, but I know that I can't just keep passing by without improving my math skills so that's why I came here. I don't know how this works or if it's even going to help, but right now I think it's worth the try. Thank you in advance.
ping off a cliff into the river. Your height as a function h(t)=-16t^2+16t+370 where t is the time in seconds and h is the height in feet.
a. How Long did it take to reach your maximum height?
b.What is the highest point you reached?
ition by Arnold J. Insel, Lawrence E. Spence, and Stephen H. Friedberg. I feel like the textbook lacks explanation considering this is my first exposure to linear algebra. At this point in the semester, I feel like I have a good idea of the concepts and how to represent them (e.g. I understand and can visualize what is happening in space) because I've spent a lot of time learning from alternative resources. What I am having trouble with now is when I go back to the book, I can follow the examples to an extent, but there are computations that aren't explained and I don't know where they are coming from. Moreover, and more importantly, I don't know how to approach the assignment questions at all.