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András Bátkai
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For calculus students, what should be the intuition or motivation behind series?

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What do mathematicians call a proof?

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What female mathematician can I introduce to my High School students?

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Are the words "easy," "basic," "clearly," "obviously," etc., ever helpful?

15 votes

How is calculus helpful for biology majors?

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Reasons for (not) distinguishing $f$ from $f(x)$

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Hand out lecture notes or not?

12 votes

Physical applications of higher terms of Taylor series

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Impressive examples where a "proof by picture" goes wrong

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Impressive common misleading interpretations in statistics to make students aware of

9 votes

How to handle the situation when you made a stupid mistake in front of the class?

9 votes

What courses require multivariable analysis?

9 votes

Teaching by Slides, Yes or No?

8 votes

Best textbooks to introduce measure theory and Lebesgue integration?

6 votes

Impressive examples where a "proof by picture" goes wrong

6 votes

How much time should we spend on material that should be already known by students?

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Introducing (Borel) measures via Riesz representation theorem

6 votes

An application-heavy functional analysis textbook?

5 votes

An application-heavy functional analysis textbook?

5 votes

Should true-false questions ask for an explanation?

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"Correct the following mistake"-style questions?

5 votes

Multivariable limits

5 votes

An application-heavy functional analysis textbook?

4 votes

Impressive common misleading interpretations in statistics to make students aware of

3 votes

What is fairly new theorem one can teach (and prove) to an undergraduate student?

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What books teach the formula for the # of k-permutations of n objects, with x types, and $r_1,⋯,r_x$ = the number of each type of object?