No Its not possible..
B'Coz Maths is compalsory subject..
You study, understand and practice - as with any other subject.
English and Maths are essential. Good grades in any of the the other subjects - no subject is a 'must have'
In year six you learn about maths and algebra and literacy and science and religious education and sex and any other subject i have missed out
Yes, mathematics is a very good subject, but so are spelling and grammar. Don't neglect any of them.
Even me, waiting for answer of this question....
that depends on ehat kind of teacher. If you want to be a maths teacher, then it is kind of important, but you don't really use anything but basic sums any other teacher. As long as you are passionate and good at your subject then you should be fne with a C
The Answer to your question is NO, indeed this is a rumour and some one has been fooling with you. In fact maths is very much needed in engineering and used directly or indirectly in some or the other subject like Applied Physics, Electronic Devices and Circiuts, etc. So if you are good in maths you will bot fail engineering. And even if by bad luck you fail in any subject, then its not because you are good in maths, but because your efforts in that subject were not up to the mark.
It will be good. I will suggest to go with that.
history of maths
It has infinite length and zero measure in any other direction.
The same as you would in any other language.
Some do, some don't: as with any subject. Also, in many cultures it is unfortunately acceptable to say that you find maths hard. You would not find as many saying that about other subjects.