No, mathematics and writing skills are completely separate skill sets, most people are either good at one or the other, few are good at both. It's a good idea to work on your writing skills but in most math based jobs like accounting and engineering, you don't need writing skills as much as your mathematical skills.
No, many engineers are not good at writing papers. But they are more valuable to their employers if they can write reasonably well. In general, engineers are not that good at writing papers.( They even have issues with handwriting.
Mathematics and Writing are total polar opposites: people who are great with math have a load of difficulty with essays and the same rule goes for people who are good at writing papers
No, it is not true. Writing skills can be improved.
You need not be ashamed, but why do you simply accept that you are not as good at writing papers? Can you not learn to do better at that as well?You need not be ashamed, but why do you simply accept that you are not as good at writing papers? Can you not learn to do better at that as well?You need not be ashamed, but why do you simply accept that you are not as good at writing papers? Can you not learn to do better at that as well?You need not be ashamed, but why do you simply accept that you are not as good at writing papers? Can you not learn to do better at that as well?
Mathematics and English. (A good background in computing is also recommended.)
They are not necessarily so. Often engineers have fine minds and can do complex mathematics and are abstract thinkers etc. However, they are not always good communicators and not always good at writing papers. Quite often they can draft a paper and get another person to heavily edit to make more readable.
You probably like the mathematics aspect more than you prefer essay writing.
Yes they are
no being an accountant means a lot of math i don't think there's a lot of writing if your terrible at math its OK just keep practicing and never give up and then you can be an accountant
People who are more dominant in the left side of their brain are more logical and are better at math. Those that favor their right side are more creative and better at writing.
one who is extremely good at math could easily become an accountant, or if you're good with your hands, a carpenter. maybe even a math teacher. all the possibilities are there, you just need to look.
It depends on the person, if they are really good at writing:then yes. If they went into engineering because they weren't good at writing them: no
Good is a relative term. Any job requires relatively good writing. If you feel you need improvement, just practice.
she is good at mathematics
because they know more math and they don't have a creative mind for writing.
Some are, some aren't. As in any other field, being "good at writing papers" is generally a positive thing and will probably help in your career, but for most engineers it's not a daily part of their work.
yes of course
"My mathematics is good" is correct out of the choices given, but a better sentence would be "I am good at mathematics".
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You can be anything if you just believe. Unles you cant write papers...Then you can be a computer technician. Sorry bro.
Not necessarily even if it was the other way round.
Other than the science and engineering disciplines(except for software engineering, computer science and biology), most disciplines in the humanities, social science and to a certain extent, businesses that don't require mathematics, paper writing skills are needed in the workplace, even with years of experience won't do you good unless you possess a certain skills set.