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Does anyone know of books which have lots of questions, whose formats are "fill in the holes" type? The same goes for the theorems and exercises. I am looking at pure math, especially Real analysis, Abstract Algebra, Topology, etc.

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in calculus I hope this can help you Exercises and Problems in Calculus John M. Erdman Portland State University Version August 1, 2013

c 2010 John M. Erdman Exercises and Problems in Calculus

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  • $\begingroup$ Sir... can u plz tell me... hw do u write maths equation i this website $\endgroup$ – Arpan Mukherjee Nov 30 '16 at 19:02
  • $\begingroup$ sorry just put dollar sign first and end of your equetion $\endgroup$ – W.R.P.S Nov 30 '16 at 19:14
  • $\begingroup$ @Arpan Mukherjee . i'm so sorry for my english language mistakes I am ashamed. i wrote wrong in my last comment . but i can't delete it .and about your comment : just put your mathematic equation in 2 dollar sign first and end of it and you will see the changes, for more equetion you can read this post [link] (meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/5020/…) I hope my comment can help you $\endgroup$ – W.R.P.S Nov 30 '16 at 20:21
  • $\begingroup$ No need 2 apologise sr... thanks 4 ur cmmnt $\endgroup$ – Arpan Mukherjee Dec 1 '16 at 2:56
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Putnam and Beyond is a great resource for problems in core undergraduate math. Also, Concrete math is a great book full of problems( it covers the material through problems, so if you cover up the solutions, you have what you looking for.

Concrete Math can be found online, Google it to take a look.

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