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Mathematics is the study of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations, and abstractions and of space configurations and their structure, measurement, transformations, and generalizations. It evolved through the use of abstraction and logical reasoning, from counting, calculation, measurement, and the systematic study of positions, shapes and motions of physical objects. Mathematicians explore such concepts, aiming to formulate new conjectures and establish their truth by rigorous deduction from appropriately chosen axioms and definitions.

0 (number) 1 (number) Abacus
Absolute value Abstract algebra Acceleration
Addition Alan Turing Albert Einstein
Algebra Algebraic structure Algorithm
Analytic geometry Angle Angular velocity
Applied mathematics Arabic numerals Archimedes
Area Arithmetic Arithmetic mean
Associative property Bayesian inference Bernhard Riemann
Bessel function Binary number Binomial coefficient
Binomial distribution Blaise Pascal Boolean logic
Calculator Calculus Calculus of variations
Cardinal number Carl Friedrich Gauss Cartesian coordinate system
Cauchy–Schwarz inequality Center of mass Chaos theory
Chi-squared distribution Circle Classical mechanics
Combinatorics Commutative property Commutative ring
Compact space Compass and straightedge constructions Complex number
Complex plane Conic section Control theory
Conway's Game of Life Correlation and dependence Cross product
Cryptography Cube Curl (mathematics)
Curve Cyclic group Decimal
Degree (angle) Derivative Determinant
Diameter Differential equation Differential geometry
Discrete Fourier transform Distance Division (mathematics)
Divisor Eigenvalues and eigenvectors Elementary algebra
Elementary arithmetic Elementary group theory Ellipse
Elliptic curve Equation Equivalence relation
Euclid Euclid's Elements Euclidean geometry
Euclidean space Euclidean vector Euler's identity
Euler characteristic Exponential distribution Exponential function
Exponential growth Exponentiation Factorial
Factorization Fermat's Last Theorem Fibonacci number
First-order logic Fluid mechanics Formula
Four color theorem Fractal Fraction (mathematics)
Function (mathematics) Function composition Fundamental theorem of arithmetic
Fundamental theorem of calculus Galois theory Game theory
Gaussian elimination Geometry Georg Cantor
Goldbach's conjecture Golden ratio Greatest common divisor
Group (mathematics) Group theory Hexadecimal
Hexagon Histogram History of mathematics
Homeomorphism Homotopy Imaginary unit
Indian mathematics Inequality (mathematics) Infinite monkey theorem
Infinity Information Integer
Integral International Mathematical Olympiad Interpolation
Intersection (set theory) Introduction to general relativity Introduction to special relativity
Inverse function Irrational number Isaac Newton
Joseph Louis Lagrange Kepler's laws of planetary motion Kinematics
Kinetic energy Klein bottle Knot theory
Latitude Least squares Lebesgue integration
Leonhard Euler Limit (mathematics) Limit of a function
Line (geometry) Linear algebra Linear equation
Linear regression Logarithm Magic square
Mandelbrot set Manifold Margin of error
Mathematical analysis Mathematical physics Mathematical proof
Mathematician Mathematics Matrix (mathematics)
Matrix multiplication Mean Measurement
Median Mode (statistics) Modular arithmetic
Momentum Monte Carlo method Monty Hall problem
Multiplication Nash equilibrium Natural logarithm
Natural number Navier–Stokes equations Negative number
Newton's laws of motion Newton's method Normal distribution
Number Number theory Numeral system
Numerical digit Numerical integration Octahedron
On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences Operations research Operator (mathematics)
Ordinal number Ordinary differential equation Partial differential equation
Pascal's triangle Percentage Perfect number
Permutation Pi Pierre-Simon Laplace
Pierre de Fermat Plane (geometry) Platonic solid
Poisson distribution Polar coordinate system Polygon
Polyhedron Polynomial Portal:Algebra
Portal:Mathematics Power series Prime number
Probability Probability distribution Probability space
Probability theory Pythagoras Pythagorean theorem
Quadratic equation Quantity Radian
Random variable Rational number Real number
Regression analysis Riemann surface Roman numerals
Rubik's Cube Sampling (statistics) Sequence
Set (mathematics) Set theory Sphere
Spherical coordinate system Square Square root
Standard deviation Statistics Student's t-distribution
Student's t-test Subset Subtraction
Symmetry System of linear equations Tangent
Taylor's theorem Taylor series Tesseract
Tetrahedron Thales Theorem
Topology Torus Triangle
Trigonometric functions Trigonometry Variance
Vector calculus Vector space Velocity
Venn diagram Volume Wave
e (mathematical constant) Évariste Galois
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