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Hey /sci/, I've got a question.
I'm guessing that a good percentage of you (not all of you, but most) are mathematically inclined people. You might've even majored in math in college.
My question is this - eventually, that inclination would still have to be supplemented by notes on mathematics, even if it's at the highest echelons of the field - stuff like topology, abstract algebra, etc.
How do you take notes on higher mathematics like that? In these classes I'm taking (calculus, stats, etc.) it's all just procedural derp, and I'm worried that the fact that I don't really get how to take notes on abstract concepts in mathematics might hamper my abilities in the long run.