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    Hey there,

    I'm self teaching s3 and just wanted to know whether there are any required proofs to learn for this module? They pop up in my textbook quite frequently but not sure if I have to memorise (or understand haha) them.

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    I'm also self-teaching this module and so far I haven't had a question where a proof is required. There are proofs included in the textbook but haven't needed to do one myself.(Not done any past papers yet)
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    (Original post by jit987)
    I'm also self-teaching this module and so far I haven't had a question where a proof is required. There are proofs included in the textbook but haven't needed to do one myself.(Not done any past papers yet)
    COOL THANKS
    Which chapter are you on? Or have you finished? I've just reached the end of chapter 3 :/
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    Done chapters 1-4-5 and half of 3. So chapter 2 and some bits of 3 left.
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    (Original post by jit987)
    Done chapters 1-4-5 and half of 3. So chapter 2 and some bits of 3 left.
    Chapter 2 doesn't really count as a chapter so you're doing pretty well, wayy better than me Good luck!
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    (Original post by samantha411)
    Chapter 2 doesn't really count as a chapter so you're doing pretty well, wayy better than me Good luck!
    Good luck to you aswell
 
 
 
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