I was watching Nova last night and they talked to Benoit Mandelbrot, the man who codified some of the math that bears his name. This math branch deals with "rough" or repeating surfaces.
You probably already know that Transact-SQL can be used to type almost any math formula. I've included statistical formulas, and other math functions in my T-SQL, but I've not done any Mandelbrot sets in T-SQL. How about you? What math do you process in T-SQL, and what do you leave for the higher-level languages?