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#### issacnewton

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- Jan 30, 2012

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I just have some question about the Walter Rudin's Baby book, aka, "Principles of Mathematical Analysis". This is considered very difficult book, especially the problems. So if somebody has solved all the problems from this book, does studying other branches of mathematics become easier for such a person.

Since analysis is considered the starting point of research mathematics, I would assume that this is the case.