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yes... he loved math but was horrible at spelling

math because he measured lands and that involves math

George Washington's favorite activity was math and doing math problems.

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the subject he liked the most was math because he measured land and that envolves math

I think he loved to do math

His favorite subject is arithmetic (math).

Best answer: George Washington did like writing and reading. But his most favorite subject was math.

He was good at math which suited his chosen profession of surveying.

washington learned how to read write and speak proper english her also lerned a little bit of math

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Math was his best subject; it was likely his favorite as well.

he used more math

George Washington was general he was president I dk you do the math I just wanted to see what answering a question is like

Mary Washington's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 510-600, meaning 25% of students scored 510 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 600 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 600 or higher).

The University of Washington's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 570-700, meaning 25% of students scored 570 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 700 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 700 or higher).

Washington and Lee's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 650-740, meaning 25% of students scored 650 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 740 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 740 or higher).

Washington College's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 530-620, meaning 25% of students scored 530 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 620 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 620 or higher).

Washington University's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 720-790, meaning 25% of students scored 720 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 790 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 790 or higher).

Mary Washington's 2014 25th-75th percentile ACT Math Scores are 22-26, meaning 25% of students scored 22 or lower on the ACT Math Score, and 75% of students scored 26 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 26 or higher).

The University of Washington's 2014 25th-75th percentile ACT Math Scores are 25-31, meaning 25% of students scored 25 or lower on the ACT Math Score, and 75% of students scored 31 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 31 or higher).

Washington University's 2014 25th-75th percentile ACT Math Scores are 31-35, meaning 25% of students scored 31 or lower on the ACT Math Score, and 75% of students scored 35 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 35 or higher).