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April 8th, 2015, 09:30 PM   #1
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Online Learning Group

I want to form an online group where we learn new material together. PM or reply if interested.

I cannot decide on much right now with regards to my future. I do not know what graduate schools I will get into. The only thing I am certain of is that I want to do math. I should be struggling on the frontier of mathematics, not struggling to get an institute to allow me the honor of doing math. So I decided, whatever the future may hold, I will do math. I do everything better with someone else, so I figured I would ask the internet if it wants to do math with me. If you feel the same and have the motivation, please join.

Here is what I have taken (ignoring obvious prerequisites):
- Linear Algebra
- Number Theory
- Discrete
- Foundations
- Abstract Algebra 1 (currently)

What I plan to take:
- Adv. Calc 1
- Adv. Calc 2
- Adv. Linear Algebra
- Prob & Stats
- PDE or Complex Analysis

I plan on doing undergraduate research, so I am up for learning any math. Here are some ideas:
- Topology
- Abstract Algebra 2
- Math

PM or reply if interested.
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