Table of Contents

- 1 Why is chemistry your favorite subject?
- 2 Is chemistry a good subject?
- 3 What is the favorite subject in school?
- 4 What is the least favorite subject in school?
- 5 What is your favorite subject and why math?
- 6 What is a function concept?
- 7 Why do we need to study functions?
- 8 How do you introduce a function?
- 9 Why do we need function?

## Why is chemistry your favorite subject?

Chemistry sometimes is called the “central science” because it connects other sciences to each others, such as biology, physics, geology and environmental science. It is in the roots of every subject. A good understanding of Chemistry will make every other science subject easy and palpable for you.

## Is chemistry a good subject?

A Chemistry degree, in common with any strong scientific education, teaches you many useful skills in addition to the subject-specific knowledge you acquire. These include strong numerical, research and problem-solving skills, plus the usual teamwork, communication and IT skills that almost all degrees bestow.

## What is the favorite subject in school?

Math and science top the list of teens’ favorite school subjects, but U.S. teens as a group have a long way to go in becoming proficient in these areas.

## What is the least favorite subject in school?

English took the title of favorite class with 22 percent of the vote, followed by history at 21 percent and science at 18 percent. The least favorite class was overwhelmingly math with 40 percent of the vote, followed by physical education at 17 percent and English at 16 percent.

## What is your favorite subject and why math?

Math is my favorite subject because it is easy to do solve the problem. I like using numbers, fractions, decimals and so much more. Math is also used in the real world like telling time, adding, dividing, percentage and even in a future career like engineering, architect, math teacher and lot more.

## What is a function concept?

A function is a generalized input-output process that defines a mapping of a set of input values to a set of output values. A student must perform or imagine each action. A student can only imagine a single value at a time as input or output (e.g., x stands for a specific number).

## Why do we need to study functions?

Functions describe situations where one quantity determines another. Because we continually make theories about dependencies between quantities in nature and society, functions are important tools in the construction of mathematical models.

## How do you introduce a function?

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## Why do we need function?

This example highlights the two most important reasons that C programmers use functions. The first reason is reusability. Once a function is defined, it can be used over and over and over again. Another aspect of reusability is that a single function can be used in several different (and separate) programs.