## Resources

Below are some other resources, links, and things to look at for enrichment.

### Proof-writing resources

Here are some short guides (with examples) on writing proofs.

Introduction to mathematical arguments.

The Mechanics of proofs and proof strategies.

Quick guide to writing proofs.

### Typesetting in LaTeX

LaTeX beginner guide.

My favourite free online LaTeX editor

Overleaf.

### Course material resources

Purplemath: Notes on topics covered in class with examples.

Paul's Online Math Notes: More notes, more examples.

Khan Academy: Videos of lectures on many of the topics we will cover in some classes.

### Advice to young mathematicians

Advice by Sir Michael Atiyah.

### ``Living Proof"

Mathematics is difficult but in non-unique ways. The free

e-book
Living proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey, reveals the stories of mathematicians, with hope that mathematics students can find
themselves somewhere in these pages and be inspired to persist.

### Math-Life Balance

On this

YouTube channel you can find many inteviews with famous mathematicians about their journey through mathematics, how they think about mathematics and what mathematics is to them.

### Meet a Mathematician

On this

YouTube channel you can find many inteviews with some of the most inspiring mathematicians of our time.

### Careers in mathematics outside academia

This is a comprehensive list of resources for math students interested in careers outside of the academy

link.