Math 3

A reader at the Math 3 level can read the sorts of things that a re­search-level math­e­mat­i­cian could — if you’re Math 3, it’s okay to throw LaTeX for­mu­las straight at you, us­ing stan­dard no­ta­tion, with a min­i­mum of hand­hold­ing.

At the Math 3 level, differ­ent schools of math­e­mat­ics may have their own stan­dard no­ta­tion, so some­body who is Math 3 in one dis­ci­pline or sub­ject may not nec­es­sar­ily be Math 3 in an­other.

Writ­ing for a Math 3 audience

When writ­ing for a Math 3 au­di­ence, all bets are off on read­abil­ity. You can use as much for­mal no­ta­tion as you like in or­der to define your point prop­erly and clearly.



  • Mathematics

    Math­e­mat­ics is the study of num­bers and other ideal ob­jects that can be de­scribed by ax­ioms.