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I have never seen any book titled "Intro to undergrad math". Maybe there are such books but I don't know.

"Elementary Number Theory by David M Burton" is an excellent book. If one wants to start reading non High School math then I guess this is a good place to start. You will get to know numerous proof techniques not used at all in high school. It has a lot of exercises too.

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That said, when I started college I already had a good background in math, so starting abstract algebra directly may not work for everyone. This thread on MathOverflow seems to have a nice selection of books about proofs.