I'm a current physics major and considering whether I should minor or double major in math as well. Since I've heard that physics majors need to take upper-division linear algebra and analysis, and I'm currently taking a mulitvariable calculus course, should I be spending time trying to understand single and multivariable calculus through rigorous proofs?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Do physics majors need to know math proofs?

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