Not if you are the score-keeper or if you are doing the area or the perimeter or the area of the field
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Math is related to math because math(1) is technically math(2) itself, because there is really no description how math(1) is the same as math(2). There is only one math, except for types of math, like algebra.
All math is related. In first grade you learn extremely simple math such as subtraction, addition, division and multiplication and in seventh grade you learn more complicated math, such as algebra or trigonometry. Math just gets more and more complicated the higher your grade level but it is still all related to math.
Computer science requires a lot of math.
Math problems has to INTERPRET with your mind and with the numbers aruond it.
A soccer goalie is not related to science. A soccer goalie is related to math because of all the angles he or she must cover.
# football,ice hockey,roller hockey, and i think soccer.
Soccer is involved in math because to keep score
there really isn't math in soccer you just pass, kick, score. sources: my experience in soccer
they use math when they are in the field and they kicking angle
It can be argued that you DO need to use math to play soccer. For example, it is important to know angles for passing and shooting.
Rocks are related to math because of geology and in geology you use math.
It is math related because the eclipse is science and the days are math because you have to count the days and math.
The patterns they dance is related to math. How their body moves are related to math. How the brain signals our body to move is related to math. and... there are much more..
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You probally have to use math in soccer to find out the angle that you kick the ball to the net so that the goalie doesn't catch the ball. I don't know why we use science in soccer.