Q: When and where is math used in reading?

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reading,because everything you do,you have to read even in math.

In 5th grade you have the math, reading, and science taks tests but you only have to pass reading and math

yeah math will take you anywhere in live

math is used to show people the different ways math can be used such as fractions or decimals you name it

Math you do Possibility, Addition, Subtraction, Grouping, Multiplying, Dividing, Algebra, Patterns, 1-D, 2-D, and 3-D shapes. Motion geometry, Too much I can't name that much more. Reading you can do reading comprehension, worksheets, oral reading only.

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you have to now how to pronounce the words that are used in math

how can i do math and reading

Math, but my favorite is Reading!

reading,because everything you do,you have to read even in math.

Math.

Yes you do, you must only pass math and reading to go on to the next grade. Some grades require you to do so. MUST PASS: 3rd- math and reading . 4th- math and reading. 5th- math and reading. 6th- math and reading. 7th- neither. 8th- neither. 9th- math and reading/english (reading and writing) 10th-12th- your end of the year exams. Some schools reward their students. Like if they pass history they could go to the roller rink or something like that.

Well, if you read math books....

reading is better

Kumon's motto is 'Math. Reading. Success. Be truly amazing!'.

well math is not all about reading you mostly solve problems.But their is reading in math :when you read the questions ;) and its important because you need to understand the question that is asking you so you could solve it and get the right answers...

I excel in math and reading (I am very good at math and reading)

I don't think math is in reading. Math is the way to describe what is going to happen with the environment around use. Reading is understanding language, which is an invention of humans. So there is no real connection. The only thing I could connect is word problems.