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

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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!

Hi Ganeshsree. There are now a nice website for questions of this kind,

http://math.stackexchange.com/

and for research level questions,

http://mathoverflow.net/