nothing and everything
Accounting, Engineering(except computer engineering, software engineering and electrical engineering), Physics, Chemistry, etc
Yes, math is more closely applicable to physics, chemistry, and engineering, than biology and programming are.
No.Before there was a subject called programming (this is a recent development) there were plenty of people who were good at Math, Physics, Chemistry and Engineering.
Majors with a lot of math: Physics, Chemistry, Computer programming, Accounting, Math, Engineering and Architecture.
Such a correlation is absurd.
Mathematics and physics are both required for computer science and computer engineering degrees; chemistry might not be, depending upon your individual school.
Mathematics, chemistry and physics form much of the basis of engineering - do well at those and you should do well in engineering. Mathematics is the only applicable subject related to computer programming, but being good at the other two subjects indicates both a logical mindset and good memory for information, which are useful skills in any computer-related field.