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Hello,

Just a quick question I am wondering about. I am going to take my first real analysis course next semester using Rudin. Obviously I have already gone through the usual calculus sequence. I am wondering if learning real analysis will help refresh/solidify my skills in computational/applied calculus, or is real analysis so theoretical that the two will remain separate?

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# Learning Real Analysis -> Calculus

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