Unfortunately, most of us have been taught math by simply watching the teacher derive a forumla and then memorizing it. I really feel that it is important to be able to be able to write and solve proofs as that is how new things are discovered. I am looking for a good proof book to introduce to me to this. My mathematical background is up to the equivalent of 2 semesters of an honors Calculus course so I'm not looking for some advanced book on Analysis or whatnot. Maybe the best way is to go through the book that MOP'ers do on proofs - I don't know - that's why I am asking you!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# A Mathematics Proof Book

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