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Unformatted text preview: Note that in the second part, a, b, c are complex, not necessarily real.) 1.16 (Youre asked to show that for any circle C not containing-/ , the image set ( C ) is equal to some circle.) Also problems 2.2 (prove (i) only), 2.3 (i), 2.5 (Assume that the domain T of g is an open subset of C ; use Corollary 2.5 rather than the denition of continuity.) Read Chapter 2. Warning: Stewart and Tall sometimes write (a), (b), et cetera when they mean (i), (ii), et cetera....
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- Spring '07