Clues that you probably aren’t doing your Real Analysis homework correctly

1. You include the phrase “If we stop and think about this abstractly for a minute.”

2. You invent new verbs you feel need to be encased in quotation marks, e.g. The set A is “functioned” to the set B.

3. You include ANY sentence that sounds like it was pulled from a Deepak Chopra book, e.g. As we move to the infinite, the finite differences between become meaningless and unimportant.

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1 Response to Clues that you probably aren’t doing your Real Analysis homework correctly

  1. Tr*st*n says:

    I am seriously saddened that I forgot Komplexify existed… seriously, for almost a year; however, catching up is a blast!

    Also, “functioned” is an awesome word and the pain that was topology was just revisited thanks to #RealAnalysisProblems.

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