Study group (15+)

I’d like to join. I am 17 :slightly_smiling_face:

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That’s great dude :hugs:

I’m struggling with math, and here are some of the themes I struggle the most with: similarity, graphs, measurements. There were more but I’ll mention them some other time :slight_smile:

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I am 16

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What you need help with more specifically, maybe I can help, although math is not my strong point… :joy:

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Thank u so much;)

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Got ya;)

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Great, me too :blush:

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The basics of measurements :smile:
It’s confusing you know :joy:

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What help do u need?

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Whats your best study tips? (I’m 15 btw)

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Here are some of my study tips:

  1. Put away your phone where you can’t see it or reach it.
  2. Always have a glass of water beside you, so you won’t be dehydrated.
  3. Focus, all attention on what you’re studying.
  4. If you focus better with music on, then listen to some music. If not that’s okay too.
  5. Read and gain important informations, and take notes. A notebook will be useful.
  6. Don’t forget to take breaks, or you’ll get exhausted.
  7. If you don’t get it or understand it, just read it several times and don’t give up, keep trying till you understand.
  8. Ask a teacher, friend or a family member if you don’t get it.
  9. ONLY, use your phone to find examples or information that will help you study, DO NOT open social media or other distracting apps.
  10. If something is difficult and you just don’t understand it, write it down and either ask someone for help or find out about it yourself.
  11. If you got it or understand it the first time, don’t leave it yet, practise till you REALLY got it.
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You know, the basics of meassurements :blush:

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You mean converting?

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Maths or physics?

Does anyone know geometry I suck at finding the area of triangle I always mess up :sweat_smile:

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Oh, can you send me an example? I can help you!

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Both

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Oki, thank you :blush:
For example: 30 hectogram to milligram

And what about this? 1000 gram- 1 kilogram- ? hectogram- ? milligram

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1 hectogram = 100 000 milligrams
So you multiply 30 hectograms and 100 000 -->
30 x 100 000 = 3 000 000 milligrams

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