I'm looking for a book that gives you many equations and goes through proofs etc. One of my weaknesses mathematically tends to be logically getting from one point to another when I'm not solving problems numerically and remembering what are and what are not legal steps to prove something. I'm currently in finishing multivariable calculus and am doing differential equations next quarter when I plan to be going through this stuff. However, I would like a book which kind of starts at the beginning with simple proofs that can be done algebraically and then moves through to more difficult calculus based proofs.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

All suggestions are appreciated.

~Lyuokdea

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# Books on Mathematical Proofs and Theory

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