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Tag Archives: analysis
Blogging Counterexamples
I can’t believe someone has been blogging about counterexamples since July of last year and I just found out! Luckily, the Aperiodical Advent Calendar alerted me to it yesterday, and now Math Counterexamples is the newest addition to my blog feed. … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education
Tagged algebra, analysis, counterexamples, JeanPierre Merx, topology
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Grad School, Blogged
A few months ago, I stumbled on TaiDanae Bradley’s excellent blog Math3ma. Bradley is a math graduate student at CUNY, and she writes about the kinds of topics that show up in firstyear graduate courses and later on the qualifying … Continue reading
Posted in Math Communication
Tagged algebra, analysis, graduate school, math, mathematics, TaiDanae Bradley, topology
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Discovering Proofs
Patrick Stevens is an undergraduate mathematics student at the University of Cambridge, and I’ve really been enjoying his blog recently. He’s been doing a series of posts about discovering proofs of standard real analysis theorems. He writes that the series … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education, Theoretical Mathematics
Tagged analysis, Patrick Stevens, real analysis, teaching analysis
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