Mathematics 132, Lecture 2 Winter 2004 Complex Analysis for Applications E. Effros

Instructor Information
• Office Location: MS 6931
• Office Hours: Th 3-4
FINAL EXAM: Wed. March 24 11:30-2:30
REVIEW SESSION: Mon. March 22 4-5:30 MS5117
SPECIAL OFFICE HOURS: Fri. March 19 4-6
PRACTICE FINAL: practicefinal.pdf
Note: problem 3 answer was not complete. The rest of the solution can be found at completionofprob3.pdf
• Handout 2 (assignment 2), assign2.pdf
• Assignment 3 due Monday Feb. 9
1. p. 57: 1,2,7;
2. p. 61: 1a,1b(the curves are lemniscates), 2, 4, 5
3. p. 67: 1(a)-(d) (Note change!!)
Hint for 2.4: z -> exp z maps strip 0< Im z < pi to upper half plane (why?) so take a composition of z -> z+Ai, z-> pi z/2A and z -> exp z, and finally z -> (-i)z. (Note change!)
Solution of 3.1(a): fract linear trans (ass3).pdf
• Proof that fractional linear transformations map circles, lines to circles, lines: you are responsible for this.
fraclin.pdf
• Assignment 4 due Friday Feb. 27
1. p. 75: 1,2,3
2. p. 82: 1,2
3. p. 106: 1,2,4,5
Note: the remark I made in lecture about changing pi to 3 is relevant to the fifth assignment.
• Practice hour exam
practice.pdf
• Review Session for hour exam: Thursday 3PM MS6627 (also see TA webpage for additional review)
• Answers for practice hour exam (beware of possible calculation errors)
• Assignment 5 due Monday March 8
1. p. 109: 1,2,3
2. p. 117: 1a), b) c), 3
3. p. 119: 1,2,4
4. p. 132: 1,3,5
5. p. 137: 1,2,8,9
• Proof of Cauchy formula (you are responsible for this)
Cauchyformula.pdf
• Assignment 6 due Friday March 12
1. p. 143:1a),b),e), 2a),b),c)
2. p. 147:1a),b),d) 2
3. p. 153:1,3
4. p. 157:1,a),b),c)
• Assignment 7 due Friday March 19
1. p. 170:1a),b)
2. p. 176:1a),b),d)
3. p. 198:1a),d), 2a), 3a)
4. p. 202:1,4,5
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