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1. Mathematics becomes hard. Every mathematician will be able to tell you rather precisely when it was that they found that mathematics had stopped being an easy subject.
2. When the going gets tough, it is not some failing of yours. It simply means that, just like everybody else, you have to work. Unhelpful thing to say if it is not backed up with instructions about how to work.
how to come up with relatively routine proofs. To elaborate a little, there are a lot of arguments in mathematics that experienced mathematicians find very easy to think of, but beginners find much more difficult. What is it about the brains of experts that makes them find it so much easier? How can you convert your brain into that kind of brain? That is what I want to try to explain.
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With a little bit of practice one can make basic logical deductions completely mechanically, and it is absolutely essential to learn how to do so.
You should treat equivalent properties as alternative definitions.
high-schools have become a place where false self-esteem is developed, not education
Azioni di un gruppo.
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