By Ravi P. Agarwal, Kanishka Perera, Sandra Pinelas

ISBN-10: 1461401941

ISBN-13: 9781461401940

This textbook introduces the topic of complicated research to complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars in a transparent and concise manner.

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5. From calculus, the increments of the functions u(x, y) and v(x, y) in the neighborhood of the point (x0 , y0 ) can be written as u(x0 + Δx, y0 + Δy) − u(x0 , y0 ) = ux (x0 , y0 )Δx + uy (x0 , y0 )Δy + η1 (x, y) and v(x0 + Δx, y0 + Δy) − v(x0 , y0 ) = vx (x0 , y0 )Δx + vy (x0 , y0 )Δy + η2 (x, y), where η1 (x, y) = 0 |Δz|→0 |Δz| lim and η2 (x, y) = 0. 5), it follows that f (z0 + Δz) − f (z0 ) Δz Δx + iΔy iΔx − Δy + vx (x0 , y0 ) Δx + iΔy Δx + iΔy η1 (x, y) + iη2 (x, y) + Δx + iΔy η(z) = [ux (x0 , y0 ) + ivx (x0 , y0 )] + , Δz = ux (x0 , y0 ) where η(z) = η1 (x, y) + iη2 (x, y).

Let v(x, y) = e−y sin x. Then it is easy to check that vxx + vyy = 0. 5) uy = − vx = − e−y cos x. 6), we obtain cos x + φ(y). Substituting this expression −e−y sin x + φ (y) = − e−y sin x. , φ(y) = c for some constant c. Thus, u(x, y) = e−y cos x + c and f (z) = e−y cos x + c + ie−y sin x = e−y+ix + c. 1. Find f (z) when z−1 3 (z = −1/2), (b). f (z) = ez , 2z + 1 (1 + z 2 )4 (c). f (z) = (z = 0), (d). f (z) = z 3 + z. z4 (a). 2. Use the deﬁnition to ﬁnd f (z) when (a). f (z) = 1 (z = 0), (b). f (z) = z 2 − z.

A connected set of S is mapped onto a connected set of f (S). It is easy to see that the constant function and the function f (z) = z are continuous on the whole plane. 1) where ai , 0 ≤ i ≤ n are constants, are also continuous on the whole plane. 2) are therefore continuous at each point where the denominator does not vanish. 10. We shall ﬁnd the limits as z → 2i of the functions f1 (z) = z 2 − 2z + 1, f2 (z) = z + 2i , z f3 (z) = z2 + 4 . z(z − 2i) Since f1 (z) and f2 (z) are continuous at z = 2i, we have limz→2i f1 (z) = f1 (2i) = −3 − 4i, limz→2i f2 (z) = f2 (2i) = 2.

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