I went to a math conference, and they had booths set up for several different branches of mathematics so students could learn about them. Unfortunately, the topology booth was closed, the algebra booth was way out in a field, and although I could get arbitrarily close to the analysis booth, I couldn’t touch it. The noneuclidean geometry booth wasn’t in the shape I expected. Probably 8.4% of the booths were about statistics, but I didn’t test that hypothesis because I was busy counting the combinatorics booths in three different ways. I was disappointed that the logic booth wasn’t constructed, and the applied math booth just blew up!