No, it will not be hard.
It is not bad to be good at mathematics. It is specifically good.
Of course not. Certainly, you won't be bad at physics or engineering BECAUSE OF your math skills. You NEED math for physics, and both math and physics for engineering, so somebody who is not good at math is more likely to have trouble with physics or engineering.
You HAVE to be good at mathematics to be good at chemistry, physics and engineering. It's not a handicap, it's a necessity.
No, it is not true. It is false. In order to PASS physics, chemistry, and engineering, you must be pretty good at mathematics.
Everything in engineering requires applications of mathematics. Is this a joke? Mathematics is the QUEEN of the sciences. she RULES engineering. Without math, you have no engineering, any kind of engineering. Think of Mathematics as the Venus of the sciences.
The statement seems absurd to me.
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