No not necessarily so.
Yes, that is true.
No. Chances are it will be the other way around: if you are bad at math, you stand a good chance of failing calculus or linear algebra. You will perform best at calculus and algebra if you have a strong math background.
No, not true. However, you will find it very hard to excel in physics if you are a poor in algebra, calculus, vector calculus and differential equations.
No; it is false.
After my opinion it is not true: if you are good at mathematics you must be good at chemistry and physics.
No. The opposite is true. __________________ No; in fact, being good with math and calculus will make it much easier to understand physics and engineering. Chemistry doesn't require much in the way of advanced math.
No, there is no reason why you should fail in this case.
This would be a matter of opinion. It depends on the person. Someone may be good at chemistry but not algebra while someone else might be good at algebra but not chemistry. Others may be good at both subjects or find both subjects hard.
The opposite is true. You will more than likely be good at science.
Boolean Algebra deals with binary math (that is, true or false.)