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I just took ordinary diff eq and I've had calc III and linear algebra, but I'm worried about taking Modern Algebra or Real Analysis next semester because I have no experience writing proofs. The linear algebra class was all computation on tests and homework (we did see some proofs on the blackboard). Is one supposed to learn proofwriting in real or modern? I haven't had logic either, which I assume is important. I'm also switching institutions.

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