a journal of math.
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)
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
writing a note
Math and writing are almost as equally important. If you go to a job, such as construction working, math will be very important. If you were to be some kind of speaker or author, writing will be important. Math may be used more than writing, but they are about equal. If you are asking which one is better, though, it would be your opinion.
In that form math is an adjective describing teacher. Sometimes it helps to ask a question such as this: What kind of teacher? Math teacher. .
because they know more math and they don't have a creative mind for writing.
Accounting is math heavy. However, you should still work on writing skills since you need to be able to communicate by email and by writing reports in just about any field. Take a few more classes, keep a journal and over time, you should have the skills your need. This is much better than trying to avoid a subject because of a perceived weakness.
No it is not
Reading and writing.
finding angle measures
The noun mathematics has the adjective form mathematical. The word "math" (used as a shortened form of the noun) is also used as a noun adjunct in terms such as math problem and math textbook.*The British shortened version is maths.
No, it is not true. Writing skills can be improved.