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College math is generally divided into three fields:
 
College math is generally divided into three fields:
  
*analysis:  real and complex; calculus
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*analysis:  real and complex, and [[calculus]]
  
*algebra: linear algebra and group theory
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*algebra: [[linear algebra]] and [[group theory]].  Abstract may be called [[abstract algebra]].
  
*topology
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*[[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.
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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

Advanced programs also include differential geometry.

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