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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi all, I have taken Calc III, Linear Algebra (Bretscher's book), and an ODE class, which have all been mostly computational. I plan on taking upper level math courses such as abstract algebra and analysis, and my understanding is that the latter are proof based rather than computational. Are there any good books out there that can help me make that transition to more abstract ideas and proofs?

Thanks in advance.

Thanks in advance.