## Introduction to complex variables |

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### Contents

THE ALGEBRA | 3 |

Chapter Z THE TOPOLOGY | 32 |

Chapter J ANALYTIC FUNCTIONS | 56 |

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algebraic an(z analytic at z0 analytic function arcwise connected called Cauchy Cauchy residue theorem Cauchy-Riemann equations Cauchy's circle of convergence Clearly compact complex numbers complex plane complex variables Compute constant continuous at z0 continuous function contour converges absolutely Corollary cosh defined denoted differential equations disk distinct points entire function essential singularity Example EXERCISES following theorem formula Fourier function g harmonic conjugate Hence homotopic if/is implies integral interior Lemma Let z0 Let/be analytic lim sup limit point mapped mathematics meromorphic Mobius transformation neighborhood nonremovable singularity nth roots obtain one-to-one open set partial derivatives point z0 pole polynomial positive integer power series principal value proof is complete radius of convergence real numbers removable singularity Riemann Show sinh Solution star domain subset Then/is theory triangle Weierstrass