An important characteristic of the .NET Framework Math Class Library is that all of its classes and data members are static. This means that one cannot instantiate an object variable of the Math Class type. Instead, the members of a static class can only be accessed by directly using the class name itself. In addition, the Math Class Library is sealed and so it cannot be used for inheritance. Additional supplementary material will be introduced as needed in order to both complement and expand on the existing mathematical routines of this library.