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10327091 No.10327091 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Guys i did it I aced my analysis exam!

>> No.10327098

No one cares.

>> No.10327106

I do ahaha lol

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feels good to be a gangsta

>> No.10327122

Congratulations anon, I'm proud of you my boy. However this is just the beginning.

>> No.10327152

Cute kid, come back when you ace PDEs (built on theory of distributions only, no bullshit)

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Good job, frog man

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That's great anon, hope you do just as well in your other courses. Don't listen to the memers, we love you

>> No.10329147

Nice anon. You just aced an exam most engineers would be incapable of ever passing because we all know engineers are pseudointellectual retards and engineering is just a glorified diy profession.

>> No.10329148

Congratulations you are smarter than 99.99% of all sub-saharan Africans alive today and that have ever lived.

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Congratulation fellow frogposter, remember not spending so much time in this shithole

>> No.10330537

>>/tranny bathroom/

>> No.10330584

What is analysis like? How smart do I need to be to do it?

>> No.10330594

Cool, what did you analyze?

>> No.10330599

Real functions

>> No.10330609

Your future has no limit

>> No.10330619

That's all well and good. Now get a job.

>> No.10330625 [DELETED] 


>> No.10330652

Analysis is a technique to formalize every single intuition you may have had about the real and complex numbers. The thing is, formalizing everything requires rigorous set theory and topology, in order to make each statement as strong and applicable as possible, along with dozens of theorems to know inside and out. Every real question is a proof, although a particularly merciful professor may ask for a definition instead of a proof every now and again. The material is arguably not actually that difficult, but instead it's the expectation of rigor that, in most universities, is more demanding than any other course, and causes many to fail.

>> No.10330662

Absolutely this, many of my peers failed because they were relying on "intuition" and "obviousness"

>> No.10330671

i never took topology and did fine in both semesters of undergrad analysis

>> No.10330676

Imagine being this mad about median salaries

>> No.10330837

Oh yes, I wasn't trying to say topology was a prerequisite. There's just a decent portion of Analysis that would be considered topology, but it also depends on how much of the metric space stuff your university emphasizes in analysis, because I know some places have a whole separate class for that and only introduce some of the concepts in Analysis.

>> No.10331579

Or you could refuse to get a job and go to grad school.

>> No.10331609

part of undergraduate analysis is sort of an intro to topology, specifically to metric spaces. topology studies sets with a certain group of open sets prescribed, often from something other than a metric.

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