How we communicate mathematics is an essential part of making mathematics accessible. You’ve probably experienced communicating with peers and faculty in your area of specialization, taught a few math courses, or even been involved in outreach activities with younger students. All these types of audiences shape how we communicate mathematical ideas and require different types of skills. While I consider all of them an important part of our growth as mathematicians, there is still one more type of audience I want you to consider, the **general audience**.

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