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Another Question about Pure Math Degree

  1. May 22, 2009 #1
    Hi, so

    I was just browsing this site and I've heard of most of the things being asked

    in the Math forums, but I really only knew the answers to a few

    I just finished my 2nd year of university (pure math major)

    Ive taken an intro course in real analysis, abs algebra I and all the standard

    differnetial equations, linear algebra II, stats, and up to vector calc

    but I wondering -how long before I actually learn a lot

    it seems like I know nothing compared to the topics on this site

  2. jcsd
  3. May 22, 2009 #2
    You already know a lot of math. You have all the classical math needed for most physics. Aside from topology, you seem to have it all down. Junior year is when it gets 'pure' though.
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