Part IB Complex Analysis
Theorems
Based on lectures by I. Smith
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Complex differentiation and the Cauchy-Riemann equations. Examples. Conformal
mappings. Informal discussion of branch points, examples
Part II Algebraic Topology
Theorems with proof
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a
Part II Algebraic Topology
Theorems
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a space, hom
Part IB Complex Analysis
Theorems with proof
Based on lectures by I. Smith
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Complex differentiation and the Cauchy-Riemann equations. Examples. Conformal
mappings. Informal discussion of branch points
Part II Algebraic Topology
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a space, homomorphism
Algebraic Topology, Examples 1
Michaelmas 2015
1. Let a : S n S n be the antipodal map, a(x) = x. Show that a is homotopic
to the identity map when n is odd. [Try n = 1 first.]
2. Let f : S 1 S 1 be a map which is not homotopic to the identity map. Show
t
Part II Algebraic Topology
Definitions
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a space,
Part IB Complex Methods
Based on lectures by R. E. Hunt
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Definition of an analytic function. Cauchy-Riemann equations. Analytic functions as
conformal mappings; examples. Application to the solutions
Complex Analysis IB: 2015-16 Sheet 1
1. Let T : C = R2 R2 = C be a real linear map. Show that T can be written T z = Az + B z
for unique A, B C. Show that T is complex differentiable if and only if B = 0.
2. (i) Let f : D C be a holomorphic function defin
Part IB Complex Analysis
Definitions
Based on lectures by I. Smith
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Complex differentiation and the Cauchy-Riemann equations. Examples. Conformal
mappings. Informal discussion of branch points, exampl
File: mod08, Chapter 8: Organization Structure and Design
Multiple Choice
1. Which management function entails the process of arranging people and resources to
work toward a common goal?
a) Controlling
b) Leading
c) Planning
d) Organizing
Ans: d
2. An org
File: mod09, Chapter 9: Organizational Cultures, Innovation, and Change
Multiple Choice
1. A system of shared beliefs and values that guides organizational behavior is called
organizational _.
a) policy
b) rules
c) design
d) culture
Ans: d
Blooms: Knowled
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LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
After reading this chapter
you should be able to:
LO1
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
Define marketing and
identify the diverse
factors influencing
marke
CHAPTER 11
COMMUNICATION
Objectives
11-2
Describe the communication process, and distinguish
between formal and informal communication.
Contrast downward, upward, and lateral communication and
provide examples of each.
Contrast oral, written, and nonverba
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LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
After reading this chapter
you should be able to:
LO1
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
LO6
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ASSIGNMENT 2
MGF 301
Corporation Finance
Spring 2011
DUE: Tuesday, February 22nd at noon (12:00pm) in Jacobs 365
You may in a group of up to 4 on this Assignment. Please indicate clearly on all
submitted Assignments who the members of the group are. Pleas
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3
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES
After reading this chapter
you should be able to:
LO1
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
LO6
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Let Them Eat Cake
MGQ 301
Diana Cichocki
Matt Kopalek
(34505792)
Cindy Ng
(36347467)
Ivan Lim, Cheekin (36212602)
Statement for Case 1
The work presented herein is solely the
work of the group members stated on
slide one. It is our original work and only
Q. gerneral Background information concerning the interviewee.
Small CPA firm located in Manhattan.
Q. which professional journals (or any other written materials ) and organizations would
help me learn more about this field?
CPA journal
Q. what are the p
Question 1
Q2
(a)
Answer:
(b)
Answer:
Pv=future
value after t
periods/(1+r)^t
300000/
(1+0.03)^6
$ 251,245.28
$ 55,000.00
Interest = 3%,
period (50
years)
Fv = principal
*(1+r)^t
=251,245.28*1
.03^50
$
1,101,435.68
Q3
(a)
If pay with cash PV
If pay with d
Exercise 1.1
a. CMS
b. FS
c. CMS
d. CMS
e. FS
f. CMS
g. CMS
h. FS
i. FS
j. CMS
k. FS
l. FS
Exercise 1.3
1. Cost of products, services, and other objects of interest b, c, g, h, I, j, k,
2. Planning and control a, d, e, l
3. Decision making f, m
Exercise 1
SOLUTIONS TO CODIFICATION EXERCISES
CE4-1
According to the Glossary: (a) A change in accounting estimate is a change that has the effect of adjusting the carrying amount of an existing asset or liability or altering the subsequent accounting for existing
#2
Payment of $300,000 arrives in period 4.
(a)
The present value = 300,000/(1.044)=
$256,441.26
(b)
The value in time period 50 = 300,000 x (1.0446) =
$1,822,446.81
Alternatively, you can calculate this as $256,441.26 x (1.0450) =
$1,822,446.81
#3(a)
I.
Chapter5
1
We will cover 3 types of Normal
Distributions:
1. Normal Distributions
2. Inverse Normal Distributions
3. Central Limit Theorem
On a test the problems will not be
grouped together as in the homework.
How can you determine what type of
distribut
MGA311 Accounting Information Systems
Fall 2012
Important Points to note:
This project will be completed individually and will require approximately 5-7 hours to
complete. Therefore, it is expected that you will submit your own, original work product.
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