In my discrete math course, I am often finding myself spending way too much time attempting a single math proof.
I am starting to think that reading as many proof solutions as possible is a better approach to practice. I guess this would help me recognize more proof patterns on the exam.
Did anyone get significantly better at writing eloquent proofs by simply reading and absorbing as many proofs? Or did the process of thinking from ground up in new proof situations help you develop your proof writing skills?