Okay, this will seem like an extremely stupid question but here it goes: Can you learn mathematical analysis if you have a very limited knowledge of mathematics? In my high school we had only one type of mathematics, while other students had three types including analysis itself. Now at the university I go to, the material is adjusted to those students who had three types of mathematics and the professors are explaining very little because they assume we all know that. What I'm trying to ask is, can I manage to learn all that in order to pass analysis this year?
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