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This is how it all started.

ckralles

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Let me start by saying that I love most topics regarding math and science. I always have. As a kid, I grew up with the mentality that math and science were the building blocks of the natural world; and for that reason, as I grew older I saw it almost as my inevitable goal to expand what I know in said fields. In AP-C Physics I hope to accomplish part of that goal, that being to absorb all that there is to know regarding physics (and math). This year I'm excited to have the opportunity to learn, in depth, what AP-B physics only brushed the surface of. With this in mind however, I'm well aware of the difficulty of the class. That being said, i'm slightly anxious to see how each test and the AP exam itself play out. I'm confident that i'll survive though. After all, i am Shabba Ranks.

I hope any of my future posts can somehow aid any readers who also hope to expand their knowledge.

With love, your friend

-Shabba



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Greetings Shabba, its nice to see that after 34 long years in high school you have finally found your way into Physics C. Can't wait to work with you!

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