You can describe math as just using numbers to solve problems. You can say that science is just about experiments, but how is math related to science? As you know, in science you have to experiment to find our things and write down the stuff you see. Sometimes you have to use charts to graph things. You would use a graph in radioactive dating to see how the number of something, say potassium decreased over time to find our how old it is. I saw that in science that the scientists were using formulas to find out something.

That is related to math because in math, you use charts and graphs to graph data and see what the results are. In the periodic table, you see a lot of numbers on it. Those numbers are the atomic numbers. The periodic table also has other number like how much the element weighs and other stuff like that. Those are related to math because it tells you the weight of the element and the order of the periodic number. What I'm trying to say is that there are many similarities between math and science.

That is related to math because in math, you use charts and graphs to graph data and see what the results are. In the periodic table, you see a lot of numbers on it. Those numbers are the atomic numbers. The periodic table also has other number like how much the element weighs and other stuff like that. Those are related to math because it tells you the weight of the element and the order of the periodic number. What I'm trying to say is that there are many similarities between math and science.