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The first test is mostly proofs on theorems about continuity, like the Heine-Borel theorem, Bolzano-Weierstrauss theorem, etc. The book doesn't go into much details about those theorems and I have problem understanding from just researching online.

Is there a book that takes a more theoretical approach to diff eq without being too dense? I don't have a very strong base in calc, as it's been three years since taking calc III and haven't found the time to review during the summer.

Edit: I found that the Heine and Bolzano theorems are filed under 'real analysis theorems' so I think getting a intro real analysis book may help. Am I correct in understanding that diff eq is similar to real analysis but with more emphasis on application?

Thank you!