Math 609 March 18, 2004
Exam 1
Jerry L. Kazdan 1:30 - 2:50
Directions This exam has two parts, the first is short answer (6 points each) while the second has traditional problems (12 points each). Closed book, no calculators but you may use one 3" 5" card
Math 609
April 22, 2004
Jerry L. Kazdan
1:30-2:50
Exam 2
Directions This exam has two parts, Part A is short answer (35 points) while Part B has
traditional problems (60 points). All contour integrals are assumed to be in the positive sense
(counterclockw
Signature Math 609 March 5, 2009
Printed Name Jerry L. Kazdan 10:30- 11:50
Complex Analysis Exam I
Directions This exam has two parts, Part A has 7 short answer problems (35 points) while Part B has 5 traditional problems (65 points). Closed book but you
Math 609
April 28, 2009
Jerry L. Kazdan
1
10:3011:50
Complex Analysis Exam II
Directions This exam has two parts, Part A has 4 short answer problems (5 points each so 20
points) while Part B has 7 traditional problems, 10 points each so 70 points).
Closed
Math 609 April 28, 2009
Jerry L. Kazdan 1 10:3011:50
Complex Analysis Exam II
Directions This exam has two parts, Part A has 4 short answer problems (5 points each so 20 points) while Part B has 7 traditional problems, 10 points each so 70 points). Closed
HATHEIATICS 213
Final Examination
Professor Hockey
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Find all of the fifth roots of 1 + 431 and all values of (4)1.
Assuming the least upper bound property of the real numbers, prove that any Cauchy
sequence of complex numbers con