Well, this semester i'm in my first directed study in real analysis. i'm on my own. sort of worried about doing it, just got the book, and it looks kinda tough. i'm going to have to rethink how i go about classwork. i won't be rushing to get anything done before it's due or anything like that, so i'm hoping i will in fact get things done, period.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

anybody have any advice on stuff, either in doing the course in general, or just doing math in a directed study setting (just me, and i get to go talk to a former prof of mine now and again for guidance).

i'm using Bartle and Sherbert's Introduction to Real Analysis 3e. thanks

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# Directed study in real analysis

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