Complex Analysis (UC Berkeley, Summer 2002)

There may be some typos or mistakes in what follows, please let me know of any you find. Some of the exercises come from Carlos Berenstein, Roger Gay, Complex Variables. An introduction, Springer, New York, 1991.

  • Syllabus. Syllabus
  • Homework exercises 1. Exercises 1
  • Homework problems 1. Homework 1 Solutions. Solutions
  • Homework exercises 2. Exercises 2
  • Homework problems 2. Homework 2 Solutions. Solutions
  • Quiz 1. Quiz 1 Solutions. Solutions
  • Homework exercises 3. Exercises 3
  • Homework problems 3. Homework 3 Solutions. Solutions
  • Homework exercises 4. Exercises 4 Solutions. Solutions
  • Homework exercises 5. Exercises 5 Solutions. Solutions
  • Homework problems 4. Homework 4 Solutions. Solutions
  • Quiz 2. Quiz 2 Solutions. Solutions
  • Homework exercises 6. Exercises 6
  • Homework problems 5. Homework 5 Solutions. Solutions
  • Homework exercises 7. Exercises 7
  • Homework problems 6. Homework 6
  • Practice final exam. Practice final
  • Final exam. Final exam

4 Responses to Complex Analysis (UC Berkeley, Summer 2002)

  1. […] would not suffice. But I won’t address this issue here (I mention it in the notes in complex analysis that I hope to post some day). Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)275 -Average values […]

  2. Ganeshsree says:

    Hi…i’m an undergraduate student taking complex analysis this semester…can u pls help me with the following questions?

    1)A rational function whose only pole is at infinity is a polynomial. Why?

    2)If f(z) is uniformly continuous in a domain D then f(z) is continuous in D. Can we prove this statement? If yes, please prove it?

    Thank you so so much!

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