I appologize if this isn't the place to ask, if it's not could you let me know and I will take it to meta? Anyway, so I am planning on taking a mathematical analysis course next spring, and I'm really excited about it because it seems so interesting and fun. However, I know this will be quite a challenging course and I am not going to give up. So I'm wondering if anyone could give me some advice on how to conquer this class besides the obvoius going to class and doing the homework?
We have to use Rudin's Mathematical Analysis as a textbook, and from what I have heard it seems to be the "bible" of mathematical analysis. So I would think reading the book will be a good way to keep up. But any other suggestions or tips from the pros? Any supplementary books that could explain certain topics in a more "dumbed down" way then Rudin does?