Math is the foundation for science, technology, and engineering. Its work is generally used in STEM to find patterns in data. These patterns can test relationships, draw general conclusions about data, and model the real world. It is important to note that while the traditional way of teaching math on its own is indeed essential, explaining it through the STEM model is different and provides additional educational benefits. STEM is a comprehensive approach that ties the individual disciplines so that learning becomes connected, focused, relevant, and meaningful to learners.