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...Further, I have always had a great interest in grammar, so my Spanish grammar continues to improve in advanced grammar topics. I am a math major at Caltech currently doing research in graph theory and combinatorics with a professor at Caltech. I have taken several discrete math courses and I spent a summer solving hard problems in discrete math with a friend.

...I am majoring in Mathematics at Mills College, with potential interest in pursuing a Master's Degree in Computer Science. As part of my coursework last semester, I took a course in Discrete Math. I am familiar with various proof techniques and with logic and set theory, and I am experienced in the kind of mathematical thinking that Discrete Math requires.

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