**Mathematics**

Below are the 25 Mathematics sub-topics, within The Enlightenment Library, that cover various branches and areas of mathematical study. You can expect to learn about:

1. Arithmetic

2. Algebra

3. Geometry

4. Trigonometry

5. Calculus

6. Probability Theory

7. Statistics

8. Number Theory

9. Differential Equations

10. Linear Algebra

11. Combinatorics

12. Graph Theory

13. Mathematical Logic

14. Topology

15. Mathematical Analysis

16. Discrete Mathematics

17. Complex Analysis

18. Abstract Algebra

19. Mathematical Modeling

20. Game Theory

21. Cryptography

22. Numerical Analysis

23. Optimization Theory

24. Mathematical Physics

25. Mathematical Education

These mathematics topics span a wide range of mathematical disciplines, from fundamental areas such as arithmetic and algebra to more specialized fields like cryptography and mathematical physics. Each topic represents a unique branch of mathematics, offering a diverse array of concepts, theories, and applications. Exploring these topics enables individuals to delve into the fascinating world of mathematics and its relevance in various scientific, technological, and everyday contexts.

2. Algebra

3. Geometry

4. Trigonometry

5. Calculus

6. Probability Theory

7. Statistics

8. Number Theory

9. Differential Equations

10. Linear Algebra

11. Combinatorics

12. Graph Theory

13. Mathematical Logic

14. Topology

15. Mathematical Analysis

16. Discrete Mathematics

17. Complex Analysis

18. Abstract Algebra

19. Mathematical Modeling

20. Game Theory

21. Cryptography

22. Numerical Analysis

23. Optimization Theory

24. Mathematical Physics

25. Mathematical Education

These mathematics topics span a wide range of mathematical disciplines, from fundamental areas such as arithmetic and algebra to more specialized fields like cryptography and mathematical physics. Each topic represents a unique branch of mathematics, offering a diverse array of concepts, theories, and applications. Exploring these topics enables individuals to delve into the fascinating world of mathematics and its relevance in various scientific, technological, and everyday contexts.