406syll - MATH 406 Advanced Calculus for Engineers...

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MATH 406: Advanced Calculus for Engineers / Scientists II - Applied Complex Analysis - Penn State University Spring Semester 2005 “As early as the 16th century mathematicians were compelled to introduce expressions for square roots of negative numbers in order to solve all quadratic and cubic equations. But they were at a loss to explain the exact meaning of these expressions, which they regarded with superstitious awe.” Location: MWF 9:05-9:55 AM 217 Thomas Bldg. (sect.2) MWF 10:10-11:00 AM 169 Willard Bldg. (sect.1) Instructor: Prof. Andrew Belmonte (004E Thomas Bldg, 865-2491) email: [email protected] Office hours: TBA, and by appointment. Required Text: Stephen D. Fisher, Complex Variables , 2nd edition (Dover, 1999) ISBN: 0-486-40679-2. Additional Texts (not required): E. Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics , 8th edition (Wiley, 1999) or any supplementary text on complex variables (see reserve at PAMS library). Prerequisites:
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