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How long should you study Mathematics each day if you want to get into a graduate school? [closed]

I'm a university student (Junior now!) and I was wondering how many hours fellow undergraduates and graduate students study a day. I hear posts about how time doesn't really matter and that it's about ...
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The best balance in studying Mathematics?

I'm a student studying Mathematics at a university level. I've completed Single Variable Calculus, Differential Equations, Multivariable Caculus, Real/Complex Analysis, and Linear Algebra and I've ...
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I still forget concepts even after answering numerous math problems

Note: this is particularly aimed at high-school/entry level college problems When I'm learning a new topic: 1) I read the theory given in the textbook at the start of each topic 2) proceed to read ...
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Product recommendation from user answered questions [closed]

This is my first question on MATHEMATICS, I'm normally asking and answering on Stack Overflow! Anyway, I have a specification at work for an app I'm building. The app should allow a user to answer a ...
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What branch of mathematics improves logical thinking? [closed]

So, that's the question. I dare to generalize it even wider: what branch of mathematics improves the general thinking ability, intilligence, the way the person thinks, and makes it more logical? I'm ...
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How to Improve Mathematical Thinking and General Problem Solving Skills?

I'm a sophomore in university and seriously feel that I'm bad at solving mathematical and algorithmic problems (be it discrete math, calculus or just puzzles). I noticed that I'm only good at solving ...
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What is the algorithm for solving an equation like this one?

The solutions of the equation : $\sqrt{x+2\sqrt{x-1}} + \sqrt{x-2 \sqrt{x-1}} = 2$ are: A) $x=1$; B) $x=2$; C) $x\in [1,2]$; D) $x\in \begin{bmatrix} \frac{3}{2},2 \end{bmatrix}$; E) ...