you dont but you do to do taxes
Math and writing are almost as equally important. If you go to a job, such as construction working, math will be very important. If you were to be some kind of speaker or author, writing will be important. Math may be used more than writing, but they are about equal. If you are asking which one is better, though, it would be your opinion.
If you are writing about taking math and science this year, do not capitalize them.
If you want to be an author, but don't know how writing is related to math- Keeping track of how many pages you are writing, or even, writing a math book.
Math and writing are two different types of work. Writing uses creativity and knowledge. Math requires crittical thinking and problem solving skills.
writing a note
In "What are Robert and Sam writing in their math journal?" their is a possessive adjective and "math journal" is a noun phrase. You could could argue that math is an adjective if it were short for "mathematical".
because they know more math and they don't have a creative mind for writing.
Photography, poetry, song-writing, tourisum
Reading and writing.
No it is not
A dot is small round dot or speck used to designate something. It can be used in everything from math to writing to computing and much more.
The Literature of music is the writing of lyrics and the rhyme scheme of the song. It also is used to express what the song means as a whole.
YES. Usually, if you are good at Math, you are not as good at writing because there are many options and creative decisions. In Math there is just ONE correct answer, and that answer only.
Number notation is a type of writing system that is used in math. The notations can be numbers or symbols and they have a semantic meaning.
math is used to show people the different ways math can be used such as fractions or decimals you name it
No, it is not true. Writing skills can be improved.
Writing a song is coming up with the lyrics and music, but composing a song is simply directing it to a singer(s).
It is not at all abnormal for an engineer to be good at math but bad at writing because one who is good at math tends to do problems in his own less time consuming way. In this process he deviates from his good writing skills (if he has any), to reach the solution However it is extraordinary for an engineer to be both good at math and writing and abnormal for being bad at both!
Well, you can use math in just about anything, but on a simple level, history, and writing do not use math too much.
Good students should be able to do well both at math and essay writing. If you are having trouble with essay writing, you should do more reading. Everything that you read has something to teach you about writing.
You'll need both - probably more math than writing, but you should also practice some writing. You can learn it; just practice a bit, now and then.
No. If you're bad at essay writing, you might as well just get used to saying "You want fries with that?".