Math is good for science and engineering of any type.
Yes, it will be hard. You'll always have situations in which you'll have to express yourself, so I strongly suggest you practice your writing skills.
No. The opposite is true. A person who is good at math will tend to do well in physics and engineering.
Math, Engineering and the Hard Sciences(except biology lol), however, regardless of the major, you have to be good at some level of writing.
Not very, engineers are good at doing things, not explaining things, if they were good at writing papers, they would be managers, but at that time, they would write more and do less in the field. Math is the more important subject at hand, not writing.
Not really. Science Engineering deals basically with Math subjects. Therefore, if you're good in Math, you'll do good in Science Engineering.
No it's not true, engineering is more mathematics based than writing based and more than likely, most engineers in the field are terrible at writing. Writing skills can take you so far in most fields such as this but with engineering and other math based fields like economics and accounting, it doesn't matter that much.
Science and engineering tend to be fairly easy if you are good at mathematics.There are other factors that will have significant influence, so there's no way to besure of what your experience is likely to be if you're good at math. But we can befairly sure that if you're not good at Math, then Science and Engineering will almostcertainly be hard for you.
yes of course