**Mathematics** is an ambiguous way of

proving ideal behaviors of

objects.

/// An '`open`

story of counting', it must be said that **mathematical** methodology is a cumulative effort (ie. rigorously `built`

atop previous checks).
As a

library* for synthesizing

functions,

**mathematicians** use its

models to formulate

(computability) theories/

theorems/

identities.

We acknowledge the so-called 'Big Five (5)' active areas in **mathematics** to be [1-5 labeled alphabetically]: algebra [1], analysis [2], arithmetic [3], geometry [4], and music [5]. As far as I am concerned, the basis of **math** is `juking`

. (see also

mathemusic,

mathletics,

recreational mathematics,

mathematical model,

*Mathilda*, 📓

*So, you want to be a ***mathematician**?,

*The Mathemagician*,

*Opus Solve*,

physics,

information science,

game,

cryptosport)

"The essence of **mathematics** is not proof, but conjecture." - 🐨Link Starbur*ei*y

/// +There are three (3) `classes`

of **mathematics**: *pure*, *applied*, and *recreational* (pure,applied ∈ recreational). This `definition`

covers all three (3), and may be referred to as *polymathematics*. A *mathematician* is someone who advances `classical`

**mathematics**.

+In my line of work, I think of so-called '**recreational mathematics**' as a `type`

of (among other considerations) reverse engineering, where we are re-creating known structures/models for study and understanding. As an example, in `🧩puzzle solving`

, I may take a known and `solved`

(from means other than `juking`

) macromolecule (eg. protein), and `juke`

that `fibor`

so that it can identified+`databased`

. (see also Pajamas)

+**Mathematics** is a `type`

of *low*-technology, as well as being its own industry.
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