I suppose that mathematics is more difficult than chemistry.
Not true. Chemistry is easier than Mathematics.
You HAVE to be good at mathematics to be good at chemistry, physics and engineering. It's not a handicap, it's a necessity.
After my opinion it is not true: if you are good at mathematics you must be good at chemistry and physics.
Mathematics in chemistry is called Stoichiometry.
chemistry uses mathematics QED
Not you will but you can.
No, it is not true. It is false. In order to PASS physics, chemistry, and engineering, you must be pretty good at mathematics.
Yes, chemistry uses mathematics. But being great with mathematics is not enough for studying chemistry: you must enjoy the subject.
Not necessarily but Mathematics is the language of Sciences such as Chemistry and Physics, and so if you are great at mathematics, it will certianly help with physics and chemistry.
Mathematics is an important part of all the other sciences such as chemistry and thermodynamics; mathematics has rightly been called the language of science. So no, being good at math does not mean that you will fail chemistry, quite the opposite.
No, there is no reason why you should fail in this case.
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It helps a lot. Mostly of chemical reaction require equation, so, the more you are skilled on maths, the more you'll get excellent marks on Chemistry. Mathematics is used widely in chemistry as well as all other sciences. Mathematical calculations are absolutely necessary to explore important concepts in chemistry. Without some basic mathematics skills, these calculations, and therefore chemistry itself, will be extremely difficult. However, with a basic knowledge of some of the mathematics that will be used in your chemistry course, you will be well prepared to deal with the concepts and theories of chemistry...
Chemistry is a science and mathematics is the language of science.
Yes it is a possibility. There is no competition for a Pullitzer in Physics, Chemistry, or Engineering.
No, it will not be hard.
Mathematics. It would also be good to have physics and chemistry.
Mathematics Made Difficult was created in 1972.
The ISBN of Mathematics Made Difficult is 9780529045522.
Mathematics Made Difficult has 207 pages.