Does math matter?
Yes, Maths is an extremely important subject, therefore having a high grade GCSE or A-Level in the subject is essential. Employers will almost always look for a decent grade GCSE in maths, and although much of the stuff you study in maths you will rarely need to use again (e.g. Pythagoras' theorem, vectors, etc), it is essential to know for examinations. So yes, it is definitely worth the effort - one of the most important subject.
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Mathematics (colloquially, maths or math) is the body of knowledge centered on such concepts as quantity, structure, space, and change, and also the academic discipline that s…tudies them
Math you just think and answer with a logical answer. What is your question exactly
In the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, if you look for the noun math, the definition is Mathematics...
math is the key to the universe
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In maths matter normally refers to the mass of an object
Math is everything in life,everyday we add subtract and multiply to do things. For example we count how many miles will take us from one place to another and how many gall…ons of gas will require that trip and so on.without math we couldn't do any of that. and we have to do it to make life much easier and organized.
well you can: study understand everything you've learned on tests: pay attention to tricks that may occur pay attention to tricky answers double check if you have extra t…ime hope this helps
The answers are 25 56 45 90 180 27 13 figure the rest out ur self
math matters in life because anything you do in life envoles with math if not almost everthiyng in everyday life thats why math matters
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Use your head ! Surely you must know enough about Physics to realize that in order to be really successful at it, you MUST be good at Math. Have you ever heard of Newton…, Einstein, Marconi, or Steinmetz ? Maybe instead of posting the same question on this site 75 more times tomorrow, you could better spend some time reading a little bit about a couple of them. That'll give you a better idea of the relationship between Math, Physics, and Engineering than I can.
Use your head ! Surely you must know enough about Physics and Engineering to realize that in order to be really successful at either of them, you MUST be good at Math. …Have you ever heard of Newton, Einstein, Marconi, or Steinmetz ? Maybe instead of posting the same question on this site 75 more times tomorrow, you could better spend some time reading a little bit about a couple of them. That'll give you a better idea of the relationship between Math, Physics, and Engineering than I can. (And none of those guys was too bad at 1000-word essays either.)
Math is not really about getting an A. It's about how youunderstand it. The first step to getting an A is to go over yourtextbook, preferably with someone who has had experien…ce with math.Next, review anything you don't understand. Ask yourself questions.Why is this like this? How can you multiply this variable?Questions like that. Afterwards, the key is practice. Practicemakes perfect. Not perfect, but enough to make you understand. Onceyou understand everything, ta-da! You have studied for your quizzesand tests. Now all you have to do is hand in your homework and makesure you don't make careless mistakes on a quiz, test, or anyassessment. Good Luck with getting your A!
Keep working the problem until you solve it. Get some help ifnecessary, but not during a test!