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Has anyone hear read "A Concise Introduction to Pure Mathematics"?
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Omg. It was amazing. So I read it again.
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Great book. I have both editions. You could jump in with just high school level math and get a lot from it.
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It was used as a first year undergraduate textbook at my university so if you have at least a high school background you’ll be fine.
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I have! It was my first pure maths book. Not gonna lie, the topics were a bit too discrete for my taste. But it’s a really well written book for sure. And requires very little in the way of prerequisites.
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Why not just try and see yourself? Read the first 2-3 chapters and try to solve the exercises. Then you'll know exactly what level of math you'll need to be able to grasp the book.

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