Some do, some don't. It is wrong to generalise.
Math's (as in, "math's a difficult subject for some people").
For many people, Calculus is the most difficult math subject. But it really depends on what is easier for you. For example, some people who are excellent at Calculus still have trouble with basic algebra. Calculus has long been considered the most difficult math subject. For younger kids algerbra is also very difficult to learn.
Some students can find math difficult because it requires abstract thinking. Some people deal better with concrete concepts. This is why some math problems are presented as word problems. Math is difficult for some because you must imagine things, without having physical objects to look at and understand. People who do bad with algebra often do very good with geometry, since you can SEE what you are trying to solve.
Some students of ... (replace three ... by the subject, e.g. medicine, math, architecture, etc.).
Studying biotechnology requires students to have basic knowledge of chemistry, some knowledge of math and the ability to pick up biological concepts quickly.
Math can be difficult at times! If it is something new that your haven't learned yet it may be difficult. Many teachers like to review things so that may be easy to you! *Remember that what is easy for some is not easy for all.* It depends on the person and their understanding of the lesson!
first math is not a walk in the park. some people just have problems because they may pass the subject but still they lack discipline to devote themselves to the subject and less devotion to travelling
It is not really. If well taught, by someone who knows and loves the subject it is simply wonderful. It can be viewed at different levels - like any subject - some are easy and some will test the cleverest people.
Math can be a difficult subject for some yet easy for others. For those requiring a bit of help one could use a math solver. WebMath has a great math solver that will help solve any math problem whether it be algebra, calculus or trigonometry.
150 are truthful, 50 are not
The whole left brain right brain is nothing but a myth. There are left brained students who are good at math, but also left brained students who are terrible at math. Same goes for right brained students, some are good at math and some aren't. It's just a matter of the type of mindset you have.
Math can be described as universal, difficult, exacting, or necessary.
Six disadvantages of calculators are: -They discourage mental math. -They can store formula's in their memory, allowing students to cheat on tests. -They can distract students, with games. -They are expensive, and unaffordable for some students. -They are difficult to learn to use, with fancy buttons and menus. -They are big, and hunky and aren't easily carried around.
I don't know, do the math.
It is usually said that 2nd order differential equations are a difficult math problem
They don;t necessarily. Some get very high scores and that is because they make the effort to understand the subject, and learn to apply it in all sorts of situations.
yes, but it is very difficult because it requires some university math courses (a couple Calculus courses and some algebra)
well some students just cheat and some just have good luck in randomly answering multiple choices
No, it is not true that physics, chemistry, and engineering will be more difficult if you are good at math and economics but not at writing. The best teachers will take into consideration their students' strengths when creating lesson plans, tests, and other measurements of what a student has learned. Many of these classes will have labs or projects instead of huge final exams or papers. However, it is important to know how to write well when you pursue any subject because that may be how you show what you have learned. When you know a lot about a subject though, you will be able to write about the subject. Good writing skills can also be learned in writing classes, through self-study, or through tutoring. There are also free writing services at some high schools and most colleges where students can have their papers looked at by someone skilled in writing. Writing centers can help students with grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
Some teachers do not allow students to use calculators during math tests because they are suppose to be tested on what they have covered in class. It is a way to see where every student's capability is at and where the teacher needs to teach more to help the students that are not understanding.
a poster board that is throurgh of what you are studying
Yes. We don't always notice the use of math, in the jobs we do, but all jobs involve the use of math in one form or another. We teach Math in school because in our modern world we do need to know some Math. However some careers need less difficult Math then others.
The study of quantum mechanics can be quite difficult for some students.
because they don't understand