The Beauty of Mathematics
There is a world of mathematics out there that most people never get to see. In order to see this world, one usually has to complete an entire high school math curriculum as well as one or two years of an undergraduate math major’s coursework. And by then, many students are already turned off by the subject, usually due to the emphasis in these earlier years on repetition, standardized testing, and rote learning. While these aspects of math are indeed important, they are not the whole story. This page is here to introduce you to some of the more interesting aspects of mathematics.

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