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Some questions:

1) Can someone give me a general direction, as in "Start with proofs of yadda yadda, then perhaps work up to yadda yadda."

2) Should I perhaps begin copying proofs as well as fashioning my own? I suppose I could copy proofs from Archimedes or Euclid as well to better understand them and the process. (I have a copy of the works of Archimedes, and Euclid's Elements is online).

Again, I'm looking for a simple start. Right now this is my bizarre idea of "fun" when I don't have homework due.

-Dave K