Is there a faster way to solve math problems? I'm talking about proving theorems, proving certain properties of a function, etc. The way I do it is I write out the problem and all relevant definitions and theorems, and consider simple examples or sketch the function if I'm given one. But it involves a lot of trial and error. Sometimes I feel like I will never be able to solve the math problem. Do you have any ideas?
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