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I have a simple question

I tried to do the homework by myself and couldn't figure it out. Is that okay? or should I go back and restart

1 Answer

Jason Anders
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Jason Anders
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Hi Aizah Sadiq

You don't necessarily have to "restart," but it is a really good idea to have an understanding on the material before moving on to the next lesson/course. You don't need to be an expert on every detail, but a basic working knowledge will only benefit you as you move forward with future topics.

Just go back and review a little before moving on. A hint that helps is... "use Google." If you find you are having trouble understanding a specific topic, just search for it on Google. Often just having it worded or explained a different way will help create that ah-ha moment of understanding.

Keep Coding! :) :dizzy: