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I have this book. A lot of the problems are pretty similar and there are a lot in there. Normally, I'm in favor of doing all the exercises (since you get faster as you go). But I really don't think that quantity of drill is required for a strong student, especially since this is a course that some people still eschew (not taking any proofs class). Maybe ...


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Firstly, congratulations for taking on this task. Of course it is very important to actually complete problems, rather than just read the notes. I would say that completing the odd numbers is a sensible compromise - you can go back and complete the even questions at a later date for more practice or revision. Good luck!


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