Rusan Kax
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What things should one know in order to enjoy their undergraduate degree?
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Caveat: From a UK university perspective. I think the first thing to say, as perhaps other answers have said, is that almost all students at some time wrestle with one concept/theorem, or another. ...

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Mathematics curriculum and book titles to study mathematical analysis for post-grad studies
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If you want to study real and complex analysis, a classic text is W. Rudin's "Real and complex analysis". In fact pretty much anything by Rudin is excellent. A more accessible title of Rudin is "...

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Differences between Hardy&Wright and Ireland&Rosen for number theory course
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Some caveats: I own both books, and have taken number theory courses up to graduate level. Also, your questions are clearly somewhat subjective: what is difficult, relevant or complete for one person, ...

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How to write like a mathematician?
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This is a classic reference: "Handbook of writing for the mathematical sciences" by N. Higham. See here

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Worldwide collection of final examinations in mathematics
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The Sixth Term Examination Papers are national and public examinations taken by 18 year old school leavers (pre-university), intending to study mathematics at one of the more selective/over-subscribed ...

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