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February 11th, 2010, 03:34 PM   #1
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Learning analysis?

Dear forum community,

I'm on my second semester of graduate analysis, and I love the material, but have some questions concerning learning it. I 'get' the proofs and theorems for the most part, but so much material is covered, it's really hard to keep track of it. Also, the amount/length of proofs covered makes it seem like mastering them all is impossible. What would you do when taking a class like this? Any advice is appreciated, always looking to improve my study habits.
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February 11th, 2010, 09:31 PM   #2
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Re: Learning analysis?

I find the best thing for trying to cover a lot of material is to find a free Saturday and sit at a quiet cafe, and work through as much as possible. Try to prove as much as you can with as little help from the text as possible. (Try to prove all the theorems before looking at the proof in the book.)
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