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which is more important english or maths ?

english : an internationally accepted communication language

maths : if you walk also , it depend on math ,

currency is accepted as exchange of products & services ,

& it's caluculation is also depends on math.

but to understand different currencies english is needed.This is a fantastic question - but a no-winner.

English is of course necessary in order to communicate (in an English speaking country) but Mathematics is equally essential in so many aspects of life, particularly if one takes the sub-channel that is Arithmetic alone. We may in this respect nominate Mathematics on the basis that English is irrelevant in such as German or Spanish speaking countries, whereas Mathematics is universal.

You could get a good Hub out of this question, looking at the commonalities or otherwise of language but the scientific disciplines, standards and constants of Mathematics.There is a simple and easy answer for this, it depends on what you going to do and you usually need a mixture of both.. if you need be a GOOD SPEAKER-> you need mostly ENGLISH

if you gonna be architect-> you need more maths , if you gonna be an engineer-> you need more maths, if you gonna be an english teacher- YOU NEED ENGLISHafter becoming a english teacher also we need maths to take attendence in class.

I second that, both are very roots of our life.Why only English, it could be any language vs Maths and in any case this comparison will yield no result simply because we are trying to compare two things that belong to completely different domain. It is just like asking which is more important in a bike, front wheel or back wheel. Front wheel gives direction while the back wheel is responsible for locomotion.

Maths always ahead of English its a technical subject.

It has all basics and related theoretical proofs with physics and chemistry also..it related to all other technical subjectsI agree with the previous post. English is limited. Math is universal. Countries in which people speak another language other than

English, do not need it to communicate. As to math, it is needed world wide. So in this regard, math comes out on top.

hubby13yes you were true ,

but i have choosen as english becoz it is internationally accepted communication language,

you can think it as the localised language also.

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