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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 3 Comments
On Teaching Analysis
Timothy Gowers, University of Cambridge mathematician and Fields Medalist, is teaching an analysis class this term, and fortunately for me, he’s blogging about it. Analysis IA is part of the first-year math major sequence at the University of Cambridge, and … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education Tagged real analysis, teaching analysis, terry tao, timothy gowers, vicky neale 4 Comments