Mathematics generally have polygonal numbers taking the form of a dot or if you close enough, the shape of a pebble. Wherein the dots or pebbles are regarded as the alphas (units) and are one type of 2-dimensional figurate numbers. Essentially, the total amount of dots/pebbles are numbers, and you arrange them into shapes.
Fraction
Pebbles
Inequalities
Lines
Units
Whole numbers
Fractions
Integers
As A Trapezoid
As A Square
As A Rectangle
As A Triangle
Five shapes
Three shapes
Two shapes
A shape
2
4
3
1
15
1
9
4
16
3
6
10
Size of circle in the polygon
Angles of the polygon
Size of the polygon
Sides of the polygon
Octagon
Decagon
Heptagon
Hexagon
Henry's equation
Whole law
Adams theorem
Pell's equation