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Being good on mathematics is a sign that a person probably is good on all other disciplines, unless that person is not interested on anything else.

Q: Is it possible for a person who's good at math to be bad in science?

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science yes, if your aren't good at these id recommend learning science, math and spelling too...

Well if you are really good at math you could be a mathematician.

Not really. Science Engineering deals basically with Math subjects. Therefore, if you're good in Math, you'll do good in Science Engineering.

A math coach or a math teacher :) ;)

This should be based on interest, not gender. It all depends on if the person likes math/science or not.

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Science and maths are of course interrelated. But it is not necessary that a person good at maths are good at science.

Not so sure about economics but you will need physics.

science yes, if your aren't good at these id recommend learning science, math and spelling too...

A person who has dyslexia but who is good at math can succeed in the sciences. Science depends much more on math, than it does on writing.

Yes you need to be good at math and science to be a doctor - So if you are good at math or science you will make a perfect doctor.

because science is not possible without math..

You Probally will like it and be good at it. If your really good at math you should be good with physics.

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Well if you are really good at math you could be a mathematician.

On the contrary, you will need a lot of math to be good at science and engineering, so if you are good at math you have a good start, at least.

No that is not true, for all people. Because i myself am an amazing math student, but am incredible at science. I also have three friends who are math geniuses but are really good at science.

He was good at math, science, and physics.