(04-01-2018 09:01 AM)Gamo Wrote: Not all audiences fully appreciate the beauty of mathematics. To me I see only about 15% of the whole population that see this interesting and useful.

I would draw a thick line between beauty and usefulness here. I know that mathematics is useful, to a degree at least. But I see no beauty in it. For me some things are beautiful that could not have been made without advanced mathematics - my most striking example being the Concorde. But mathematics in itself is about as beautiful as any other tool, be it a screwdriver or a 6 degrees of freedom milling machine (which requires some medium complex mathematics by itself to work).