Conservapedia:Mathematics articles by development of concept

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God made the integers; all else is the work of man - Leopold Kronecker

Mathematics has developed historically as well as logically. This article lists mathematics articles by the either a logical development or the historical means with which they were developed. It is not recommended you learn mathematics this way as one subject will often involve ideas in another. It generally best to take a column approach to learning maths getting all the subjects at one level and then advancing, see: Conservapedia:Mathematics articles by schooling level.

This article is also to help editors better coordinate their efforts in writing articles


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Set \rightarrow Group \rightarrow Field \rightarrow Ordered Field \rightarrow Ring

Cartesian coordinates

Cartesian coordinents \rightarrow Function plotting \rightarrow Conic section \rightarrow Surfaces

Differential calculus

Tangent \rightarrow Slope \rightarrow Limits \rightarrow Derivative \rightarrow Application of derivatives \rightarrow Partial derivatives \rightarrow Gradient

Linear equations

Elementary algebra \rightarrow Linear equation \rightarrow Matrices \rightarrow Gauss-Jordan elimination \rightarrow Systems of linear equation


Natural numbers \rightarrow Integers \rightarrow Rational number \rightarrow Real numbers \rightarrow Complex number \rightarrow Quaternion

Series (mathematics)

Addition \rightarrow Summation \rightarrow Finite series \rightarrow Infinite series \rightarrow Taylor series

Fourier series

Riemann Zeta function

\rightarrow Ramanujan summation


Similar triangles \rightarrow Pythagorean theorem \rightarrow Trigonometric funtions \rightarrow Right-angle trigonometry \rightarrow Trigonometric identities \rightarrow Hyperbolic trigonometric functions
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