Math 220 Midterm
Jim Agler
November 14, 2011
1. Let and be the two polygonal paths [1, i] and [1, 1+ i, i] and let f (z ) =|z|2 .
Compute and . What do these calculations imply about f ?
2. Prove that
Math 220A Midterm Solutions
Jim Agler
1. Compute
zez dz where (t) = eit , 0 t .
Solution. F (z ) = (z 1)ez is a primitive of zez . Therefore, as (0) = 1 and ( ) = 1,
zez dz = F (1) F (1)
= (1 1)e1 (1
Math 220A Homework 2 Solutions
Jim Agler
10. Let G be an open set in C.
(a)Show that the product rule for z and z holds for products of C 1
functions on G.
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(b) Show that if f is analytic on G, then
Math 220A Homework 3 Solutions
Jim Agler
22. (This exercise makes it clear where z and z come from). Let f (z ) be a complex
valued function dened on a neighborhood D of z0 C. Let f (z ) = u(z ) + iv
Math 220A Homework 4 Solutions
Jim Agler
26. (#1 pg. 73 Conway). Prove the assertion made in Proposition 2.1 (pg.
68) that g is continuous.
Solution. We wish to show that if g : [a, b] [c, d] C is a c
Math 220A Homework 1 Solutions
Jim Agler
October 11, 2013
1. Show that if f is a dierentiable complex valued function dened on a
neighborhood of z0 C and b and c are complex numbers such that
|f (z )
Math 220A Homework 5 Solutions
Jim Agler
38. (Exercise # 6 pg. 87 Conway). Let f be analytic on D = B (0, 1) and suppose |f (z )| 1
for |z | < 1. Show |f (0)| 1.
Solution 1. Fix r < 1 and let = reit ,