# Difference between revisions of "College math"

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College math is generally divided into three fields: | College math is generally divided into three fields: | ||

− | *analysis: real and complex | + | *analysis: real and complex, and [[calculus]] |

− | *algebra: linear algebra and group theory | + | *algebra: [[linear algebra]] and [[group theory]]. Abstract may be called [[abstract algebra]]. |

− | *topology | + | *[[topology]] |

Advanced programs also include differential geometry. | Advanced programs also include differential geometry. | ||

− | Since about 1900, set theory has replaced number theory as the single largest foundation of most mathematical work. | + | Since about 1900, [[set theory]] has replaced [[number theory]] as the single largest foundation of most mathematical work. |

[[category:mathematics]] | [[category:mathematics]] |

## Revision as of 15:10, 23 August 2007

College math is generally divided into three fields:

- analysis: real and complex, and calculus

- algebra: linear algebra and group theory. Abstract may be called abstract algebra.

Advanced programs also include differential geometry.

Since about 1900, set theory has replaced number theory as the single largest foundation of most mathematical work.