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Practice makes perfect. There are very few people who are naturally talented at math, most of them are just people who meet a certain threshhold of intelligence (reasonably smart but not as high as you think) and worked at it. Not RIP just a chance to get better at something, if you want to. :)
Unai5701yAlso Maths have lots of branches. For example, I don't like calculus but I really like statistics and discrete maths in general.
If you find a specific subject you like most, you'll be very competent at it if you practice a bit because you'll do it with enough motivation.
Don't worry, there are plenty of other things you suck at, too.
You dont suck at math.
People failed to educate you.
There is always a way to simplify ALL of mathematics and phisics unfourtanetly that takes energy and knowlege from your teacher so you can see public school teachers wont bother.
I also struggled a lot with math in High School. Idk where I went wrong. My whole life it just made sense to me and I always got 80%+ then in 9th grade I started getting 60%-ish and then 10th grade onwards I was pretty much failing. I tried, and went back and forth with older work and I could just never find the spot that I missed something critical. Think I've developed a mental block about math now. Even the stuff I used to be good at I can't do anymore.
People always be like "But how can you be bad at math and be programmer" *facepalm*
60% of the people do. Luckily I'm in the remaining 50%
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