- Point reflection, a reflection across a point
- Reflection (mathematics), a transformation of a space
- Reflection formula, a relation in a function
- Reflection group, a group generated by reflections
- Reflection principle, a theorem of set theory
- Reflection symmetry, symmetry with respect to reflection
- Reflection theorem, a collection of theorems in number theory
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