Hint | Answer |

Expression denoting a mathematical fact, rule, or property using symbols | |

Numerical representation of part of a whole; 4/3 of people don't understand them | |

Any of the numbers or symbols that, when multiplied together, form a product | |

Not having the property of being without bound or end | |

One of the flat surfaces making up a polyhedron; a cube has six of them | |

Assigns exactly one element of one set to each element of another (possibly equal) set, e.g. f(x) = mx + b | |

Mathematician known for his sequence of numbers for which the next term is found by adding the previous two terms | |

Step function of a real number n which is the greatest integer less than or equal to n, denoted ⌊n⌋ | |

The product of a given integer n and all positive integers less than n, denoted n! | |

Special point(s) used to construct and define a conic section. A parabola has one; an ellipse has two; etc. | |

Mathematician known for his 'Last Theorem' that conjectured the lack of natural number solutions to the equation aⁿ + bⁿ = cⁿ, n > 2 | |

Geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (almost) a reduced-size copy of the whole, e.g. the Mandelbrot set | |

Algebraic structure with notions of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, satisfying certain axioms, e.g. ℝ or ℂ | |

Mathematician whose name is often followed by 'transform', 'analysis', 'series', etc. | |

A mapping from a vector space to the vector space's underlying field, usually ℝ, e.g. a definite integral | |