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Dec7-11, 07:25 AM
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Quote Quote by peanutbutterb View Post
Thank you very much for your replies. I think I may want to build a more solid background in theorems rather than learning how to write proofs in a structured manner at this stage. Additionally, I am taking linear algebra this semester; although I've found the concepts really interesting, I have failed to find the course very challening. So I guess recommendations for linear algebra books would also be greatly appreciated?
What does "a solid background in theorems" even mean? If you want to learn math, you'll have to know how to write some proofs. Theorems are statements that are shown to be true using proofs... I'm not sure what you mean at all. Your best bet is to get a proofs book and practice writing them. Practice a lot.