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I was thinking back at the days when I took calculus and how we had to prove things like the product rule etc.

Of course, most of that has magically disappeared from my mind.

I've decided to try and take a masters degree in applied mathematics, and have about a year to get my head back into the math-business.

What do you guys think are the most important rules/theorems one should be able to prove, say from calculus.

All of them? :)

Thanks

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# Which rules/theorems should you be able to prove?

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