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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I'm a math major, and recently started taking upper level math classes. So far, the only upper levels I've taken in math are Abstract Algebra and Applied Combinatorics. To be honest, I didn't really work as hard as I should have in Abstract, and feel like my proof writing skills are not all that. The thing is I haven't had that much experience with proof writing. I mean, I can understand them when I read, but am just a beginner in actually writing proofs out. I'm registered for Real Analysis 1 this semester, and am really willing to work hard to master the material. Due to my weak proof skills, should I go through with it? Or will it be too much?

Thanks.

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