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Mathematics includes the study of such topics as quantity (number theory), structure (algebra), space (geometry), and change (mathematical analysis).[1]

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Mathematics Categories[edit | edit source]

Mathematics(51 cats, 343 pgs, 1 file)
Algebra(12 cats, 49 pgs, 1 file)
Mathematical analysis(4 cats, 4 pgs)
Applied mathematics(9 cats, 11 pgs)
Arithmetic(4 cats, 6 pgs)
Calculus(10 cats, 68 pgs)
CAS4Wiki(2 pgs)
Chaos theory(1 pg)
Computer Algebra(1 pg)
Conjectures(5 pgs)
Convex geometry(1 pg)
Discrete mathematics(7 cats, 19 pgs)
General mathematics(7 cats)
Geometry(12 cats, 66 pgs, 6 files)
Mathematics-Help(3 cats, 3 pgs)
Mathematical Analysis(1 cat, 2 pgs)
Mathematical example(106 pgs)
Mathematical fact(210 pgs)
Mathematical Modelling(2 cats, 7 pgs)
Mathematical proof(136 pgs)
Mathematical remark(30 pgs)
Mathematical section(129 pgs)
Mathematics courses(3 cats, 20 pgs)
Mathematics Media(1 file)
Mathematics templates(2 cats, 4 pgs)
Mathematics/Problems(1 cat, 3 pgs)
MyOpenMath(10 pgs)
Numerical Analysis(22 pgs)
Properties(1 cat, 2 pgs, 2 files)
Pure Mathematics(3 cats, 1 pg)
Secondary Mathematics(3 cats, 4 pgs)
Set theory(8 pgs)
Theory of fields(1 cat)
Trigonometry(2 cats, 16 pgs, 1 file)
Mathematics stubs(1 cat, 16 pgs)

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