Please respond to my classmate’s discussion post write as if he/she is your clas

Please respond to my classmate’s discussion post write as if he/she is your classmate.
Misunderstanding the problem is most often my issues when dealing with mathematics. I really felt annoyed when I was doing the Logarithm portion last week, because I fell deep into this error. I became more annoyed with myself after spending sometime watching videos from other resources and still not understanding. I pushed through the error, but I started to have flashbacks of when I was younger and trying my best at a math problem that just didn’t understand.
What I had learned from analyzing my mistake is that I really need to step away when I get frustrated and comeback later on. I wanted to quite with my above example, but I didn’t. I will try my best not to overwhelm myself and take sometime to digest the material. If I still don’t understand it I will reach reachout.
Part 2
My confidence level when starting this class was very low. I felt like I was going to fall apart. I admit that I almost did, but I had support at home to calm me down. Now, my understanding on the format of the class and the material is fed to us in a bite size rate, that makes me feel less overwhelmed.

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