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Struggling with enumerative combinatorics
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Trying to learn a bit of real analysis before going into it next semester . I have tabs open for Ross text, understanding analysis by abbot. It’s definitely a grind. Sad part is even though I do the problems in these books, they are considered “simple” compared to something like rudin which I don’t feel ready for yet. It’s hard to celebrate understanding a topic in these books when some person will say “oh well it’s not a rudin or Spivak book problem so how much are you really learning”.
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Trying my hardest to understand Ulhenbeck trick on Ricci flow and Principal G bundles but just can't :(
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Im making a function that tells if a number is a palindrome.
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Reviewing native set theory, logic, and proof techniques to prepare for abstract algebra - glad I did too, there have been a few things to sharpen up
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Word2vec methods for machine learning project
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Primitive roots modulo p and n, as well as their applications to the orders of elements in the cyclic group of units over the residue systems over integers modulo p and n. All this is prerequisite to Quadratic Reciprocity, so I should be doing that rather soon.
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I mostly have been training a lot for the IMO (Ladies, there is only one of me). Mostly just been grinding FE’s which is my worst subject.
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I am revising for my linear PDEs exam which is a week on Wednesday. Should be okay, apart from the fact that *everything* about separation of variables has leaked out of my head since I last saw it. I really hope my notes are up to scratch, otherwise I'm buggered.

I'm also trying to put together a study group for extracurricular mathematics, and I can only describe my efforts thus far as "ill-fated". I hate everyone on my course in my year, and I don't know how to get in touch with anyone in any of the other years. In the end, I emailed my director of studies (who I get on with) to ask if he knew anyone who would be interested, because another dimension to it is that most people I know who study maths don't like it.
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Studying for my qualifying exams (in august). Right now I'm reviewing complex analysis, which is probably my weakest subject. Ahlfors has good problems though!

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