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Theorem 57 (Removable singularity theorem). Let w be pseudoanalytic and bounded for 0 < |z − z0 | < r for some number r > 0. Then w can be deﬁned at z0 in such a way that it is pseudoanalytic in the whole disk |z − z0 | < r. Proof. 9) is unchanged if a point is removed from its region of integration. Theorem 58 (Similarity principle). Let w be pseudoanalytic in a domain Ω. 10) 40 Chapter 4. Formal Powers and vice versa, let Φ be an analytic function deﬁned in a domain Ω. 10) is pseudoanalytic in Ω.

By Theorem 58, w = Φes where Φ is an entire function and s is bounded (due to the fact that a and b have compact support). Thus we have that Φ is bounded and hence, by Liouville’s theorem in analytic function theory, is a constant. Since w(z0 ) = 0, this constant must be zero, and the corollary follows. 4. Taylor series in formal powers 41 Corollary 61 (Maximum modulus theorem). Let w be a pseudoanalytic function deﬁned in Ω and continuous in Ω. Then there exists a positive constant M ≥ 1 depending only on a and b such that, for z in Ω, |w(z)| ≤ M max |w(t)| .

28): ψ = A(if 2 φz ). It can be veriﬁed that the expression A(if 2 φz ) makes sense, that is ∂x (f 2 φx ) + ∂y (f 2 φy ) = 0. 20). 26). 26) is uniquely determined up to an additive term cf −1 where c is an arbitrary real constant. 27) is proved in a similar way. Remark 37. 27) turn into the well-known formulas in complex analysis for constructing conjugate harmonic functions. Corollary 38. 17). 15), is constructed according to the formula V = A(if 2 Uz ). 4. 17) can be constructed as U = −A(if −2 Vz ).