After my opinion it is not true: if you are good at mathematics you must be good at chemistry and physics.
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.
That should probably be easy. Try it out to be sure.
Yes, that is true.
in algebra class, in science, physics, and technology.
Calculus will help but there is more to physics than just that.
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.
A strong math background (calculus, linear algebra, etc.) and a good brain.
Why yes you do, its not that hard really! good luck!
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No, a person who is good at math will have the best chance of doing well in physics.