A random walk through mathematics -- mostly through the random part.
Agreed. One of the biggest stumbling blocks to upcoming math students, I think is that they usually only see perfect/elegant proofs. It'd be nice to have a few great examples of the dead-ends to see that you don't just sit around until "poof" you get the perfect idea that works.
I agree as well. One of the most difficult things to teach is "stickwithitness." My students approach a problem by searching for a conclusion without searching for a path to a conclusion.
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