Ah ha, a mathematician. Excellent.
I am hopeless at mathematics but endlessly curious about it and totally love what little I understand of it.
Over the decades I have come to believe that there are a lot of beautiful and pretty simple concepts in mathematics that are totally hidden from most people by the wall of symbology and equations, abstractions, between them and the concept in question. A wall they cannot penetrate.
I'm not sure I can express what I mean very well.
A simple example might be the PID control algorithm (Proportional, Integral, Differential). You can pretty much explain that to a smart ten year old and have them understand why you are taking differences and sums of the error signal to produce a control signal. There is an intuitively obvious idea there. But said ten year old would never see that from stumbling into a book on control theory with it's integral and differential calculus.
I'm not against all this abstraction. But I do feel ones code should be readable by as many as possible without putting that wall of symbology and abstraction between them and what your code actually does.