A collection of math subjects. Each subject is organized into different sections like notation, concepts, and examples.
Arithmetic is a subject in math that covers the basic manipulation and properties of numbers.
Numbers are the building blocks of mathematics. A number represents a quantity expressed using symbols.
Algebra is the branch of mathematics that uses symbols to represent unknown quantities and numbers.
Set theory is a branch of mathematics that deals with sets and their different properties and definitions. A set is a collection of element where each element is unique.
Geometry is the study of space and shape. Modern mathematics usually approaches geometry from the view point of the Cartesian Coordinate System where there is an origin to space and the position of a point in space is measured by its distance from the origin.
Trigonometry is the study of triangles. The subject is a subset of geometry and focuses on the properties of triangles, especially that of the right triangle.
Probability is used to estimate the likely-hood of an event. Probabilities are always non-negative and sum to one.
Boolean Logic is a branch of mathematics operates on true and false values. It is used to implement computer hardware and in programming languages.
Calculus is a subject in mathematics that is all about making curvy things look straight.
Computing is a subject devoted to the application of mathematics in relation to computers.
Linear algebra is the study of systems of equations and functions that map between vector spaces
Logic is a branch of mathematics that is concerned with proofs and truth.