A funny language, I'll admit. It's dense, terse, and painstaking to read. While I zip through five chapters of a Twilight novel, you might not even turn the page in your math textbook. This language is well suited to telling certain stories (e.g., the relations between curves and equations), and ill-suited to others (e.g., the relations between girls and vampires). As
such, it's got a peculiar lexicon, full of words that no other tongue includes. For example, even if I could translate a0 + ∑ ∞ n=1 (an cos(nπx/L) + bn sin(nπx/L) into plain English, it wouldn't make sense to someone unfamiliar with Fourier analysis, any more than Twilight would make sense to someone unfamiliar with teenage hormones.