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I'm currently reading through several tough textbooks.

Would my time be best spent narrowing it down to one, and focusing strictly on that? Currently I bounce daily between, primarily, Spivak's Calculus, Knuth's Cocnrete Mathematics and Hoffman and Kunze's Linear Algebra. When I get BTFO and depressed by any or all, I often peruse easier works like Book of Proof / How to Prove It, or supplementary stuff like Tao's or Landau's work in analysis, MIT's Math for CS lecture notes, etc.

Is my strat shit or bretty gud? Anecdotally, I've noticed leaving and coming back with a fresh perspective is incredibly helpful. But perhaps it's more efficient to focus on one work at a time with monk like focus?

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