In "What are Robert and Sam writing in their math journal?" their is a possessive adjective and "math journal" is a noun phrase. You could could argue that math is an adjective if it were short for "mathematical".
no. but some things like: -RPG games -doing math problems often -and playing math-related games do
There is no journal. You just write in in your own journal.
If a noun is acting as an adjective, it's an adjective. For example: Math (noun) -- Bobby does well in math. Math (adjective) -- Mr. Smith is a math teacher. (Teacher is the noun; math is the adjective.)
journal-thats all(like a math journal)
I think it may be a journal related to mathematics. For example, I know a journal called Open Journal of Discrete Mathematics. It's a math journal which aims to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote,share,and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of discrete mathematics. I hope this information is helpful to you.
If you want to be an author, but don't know how writing is related to math- Keeping track of how many pages you are writing, or even, writing a math book.
Math is a noun. It identifies a specific subject.
You should be able to find math journals in a college library.
Math and writing are two different types of work. Writing uses creativity and knowledge. Math requires crittical thinking and problem solving skills.
No,sadly they don't allow it with an everyday math account