I have reached the end! Thirteen weeks at two essays per week to describe a neat sampling of mathematics. I hope to write a few words about what I learned by doing all this. In the meanwhile, though, I want to gather together the list of all the essays I did put into this project.

**Asymptote****Box-And-Whisker Plot****Commutative****Distribution (probability)****e****Fermat’s Last Theorem****Group Action****Hyperbolic Half-Plane****Infinite Monkey Theorem****Jokes****Kelvin (the scientist)****Limit****Manifold****Nearest-Neighbor Model****Oriented Graph****Pigeonhole Principle****Quadratic Equation****Randomness****Sorites Paradox****Tiling****Unit Fraction****Volume****Witch of Agnesi****Extreme Value Theorem****Yamada Polynomial****Zugzwang**

Covering 26 mathematical topics in 13 weeks in as much depth as you did is indeed an amazing accomplishment.

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Thank you kindly. I do love the thrill of plunging into one of these, but the last third of the alphabet is a struggle between my exhaustion and my compulsive need to keep a habit going. If I ever started something indexed by numbers I would be doomed.

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