**math•e•mat•ics** (math^{e}·mat´iks) —
**the systematic study of forms, figures, and quantities; the properties,
measurement, and the relationships between them, expressed in both
numbers and symbols.** A collective word for all the procedures
and operations of related "branches" which have historically arisen from mathematics;
such as, Arithmetic, Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus (Differential
and Integral), Set Theory, Boolean Logic, Statistics, and Topology. Often
used to describe or speak of the mathematical

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[Composite definition by The Starman; based on many different sources.]

—— Our paraphrase of Galileo Galilei in *Il Saggiatore*
(1623)

But you'll find notes on how

Pi Programs and an essay on Pi

( Also includes

"*Recreational Math?"*

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for who said this! Any ideas? ] |

**You Have All the
Money You'll Ever Need**!

Learn about an important Mathematical Rule.

Repeating Decimal Fractions Includes Chart of All Fractions From 1/2 through 1/66.

**Truthteller, Liar and Randomizer**
This problem actually has more to do with Logic than
Math, but Mathematics does require you to think logically, so... have a try
at this.

How many Squares can you find in this Diagram?

Four 4s These problems actually use Logic more than Math, but Mathematics is required to both arrive at and verify the answers.

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