This year I'm a freshman at university - physics - and we are just starting with mathematical analysis. I don't find it that difficult, but my problem are proofs. They are not hard, but I sometimes can't prove even the easiest things (I know why it is so, but can't put it down on the paper). Can you recommend me a good way to learn how to prove? Are there any good online books available?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to learn how to do math proofs?

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