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MATHEMATICS

  • ALGEBRA
  • ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY
  • analysis
  • APPROXIMATIONS AND AVERAGES
  • ARITHMETIC

  • beauty and mathematics

  • CALCULUS AND ANALYSIS
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    category theory

    Category theory is the study of abstracted collections of mathematical objects, such as the category of sets or the category of vector spaces, together with abstracted operations sending one object to another, such as the collection of functions from one set to another or linear transformations from one vector space to another.

     


  • CHAOS, COMPLEXITY, AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
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    classification in mathematics

    Classification in mathematics is the goal in a branch of mathematics of providing an exhaustive list of some type of mathematical object with no repetitions. For example, the classification of 3-manifolds is one of the outstanding problems in topology. With the advent of computers, one weak but precise way to state a classification problem is to ask whether there is an algorithm to determine whether two given objects are equivalent.

     


  • CODES AND CYPHERS
  • combinatorics
  • complex number
  • COMPUTERS, AI, AND CYBERNETICS

  • films and plays involving mathematics
  • FRACTALS AND PATHOLOGICAL CURVES
  • FUNCTIONS

  • GAMES AND PUZZLES
  • GEOMETRY
  • GRAPHS AND GRAPH THEORY
  • GROUPS AND GROUP THEORY

  • HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

  • ILLUSIONS AND IMPOSSIBLE FIGURES
  • infinity

  • logic

  • MATHEMATICIANS
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    mathematical models

    Mathematical models may be physical objects used to represent mathematical abstractions, or, more frequently, they are mathematical constructions (formulae, functions, graphs, etc.) used to express physical phenomena. Such models occur throughout applied mathematics and physics, their greatest value being heuristic; i.e., the model may suggest the existence of unsuspected properties in the phenomenon.

     


  • MATHEMATICAL TERMINOLOGY
  • mathematics
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  • NUMBER THEORY
  • NUMBERS, NOTABLE
  • NUMBERS, TYPES

  • PARADOXES
  • PLANE CURVES
  • POLYGONS
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    potential theory

    Potential theory is the study of harmonic functions. Potential theory is so named because 19th century physicists believed that the fundamental forces of nature derived from potentials which satisfied Laplace's equation. Hence, potential theory was the study of functions which could serve as potentials. Nowadays, we know that nature is more complicated – the equations that describe forces are systems of non-linear partial differential equations such as the Einstein equations and the Yang-Mills equations and that the Laplace equation is only valid as a limiting case. Nevertheless, the term "potential theory" has remained as a convenient term for describing the study of functions which satisfy the Laplace equation.

     


  • prime numbers
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
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    pure mathematics

    Pure mathematics is mathematics for the sake of its internal beauty or logical strength. The other major division of mathematics is applied mathematics.

     


  • SERIES AND SEQUENCES
  • SETS AND SET THEORY
  • SOLIDS AND SURFACES
  • SPACE AND TIME
  • SPACE CURVES
  • STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY
  • symmetry

  • TILINGS
  • TIME MEASUREMENT AND PUZZLES
  • TOPOLOGY

  • UNITS