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Written in an easy-to-follow layout, this booklet starts by means of protecting complicated numbers, services, limits, and continuity, and the Cauchy-Riemann equations. you will delve into sequences, Laurent sequence, complicated integration, and residue idea. Then it truly is directly to conformal mapping, ameliorations, and boundary worth difficulties. 1000's of examples and labored equations make it effortless to appreciate the fabric, and end-of-chapter quizzes and a last examination aid toughen learning.

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Multivalued Functions In many cases that we encounter in the theory of complex variables a function is multivalued. This is due to the periodic nature of the cosine and sin functions, Euler’s formula eiθ = cos θ + i sin θ and the fact that we can write z = reiθ in the polar representation. We say that a complex function f (z) is single valued if only one value of w corresponds to each value of z where w = f ( z ). If more than one value of w corresponds to each value of z, we say that the function is multivalued.

1, we saw that z = (1 + i ) = 2i. The complex conjugate of z = 1 + i is given by z = 1− i CHAPTER 2 Functions, Limits, and Continuity 23 So we have f (1 + i ) = z 2 z = (1 + i )2 (1 − i ) = 2i (1 − i ) = 2 + 2i The domain of a function can be restricted to a region where the function is well behaved. For example, the function f (z) = 1 z is not defined at the origin. Let S be a domain that includes a region where the function is defined. Suppose that D is a region where the function is not defined.

A plot of the real part of the function is shown in Fig. 1. The imaginary part of the function has a similar form, as shown in Fig. 2. At the origin, the imaginary part of the function also blows up. 1 A plot of Re( f ) = ( x + xy + x ) /(x + y ) = u( x , y). The spike at the origin is a point where the function blows up. 2 A plot of Im( f ) = ( y + x y − y) /(x + y ) = v ( x , y). 8 Plot the absolute value of the function f(z) = z + (1/z). SOLUTION Let’s write down the absolute value of the function.

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