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J is analytic on a set Ace iJ J is differentiable at all points oJ an open set containing A. An everywhere differentiable Junction is called an entire Junction. 1 Find the real and imaginary parts oJ the Jollowing Junctions: a) Z2 + Zj b) v'Z+Tj c) zn j d) yZj e) 2z 2 - 3z + 5j J) (z - l)/(z + 1). Solution. a) We write the function J(z) J(z) = Z2 + z in the form = u(x, y) + w(x, y), where u(x, y) = x 2 - y2 and v(x, y) = 1 + 2xy for z = x + zy. 1. GENERAL PROPERTIES for z 55 = x + zy. c) We have f( z) = zn = u(p, tJ) u(p, tJ) + zv(p, tJ) for z = p( cos tJ + z sin tJ).

Oo lim arg n .... oo Wn = arg wo? Solution. It is not true ! ~ Wn = -1, and arg W2k = 7r - 1 arctan 2k' arg W2k+l = + (_l)n;. We 1 7r + arctan 2k + 1 . Hence {arg w n } diverges. Remark. If {w n } converges to Wo =I 0, then for every value 'P = IArgwo there exists a sequence 'Pn = Arg Wn which converges to Arg wo. If Wo =I 0 is not a negative number, then we have also limn .... oo arg W n = argwo. J 1' • 1'=0 Solution. a) and b) The proof goes by induction. -) 2 W' . Suppose that the desired equalities hold for k - 1, lim (W n ) k- 1 = Wk- 1 , lim (Wn)k-l = (W - )k-l .

The stereographie projection of S \ {(O, 0,1)} on IC ( of S on IC U {oo}) is a 1-1 correspondence obtained taking that the plain e = 0 coincides with the complex plane IC, and that a and b axes are the x and y axes, respectively, and we associate to (a, b, e) E S the eomplex number where the ray from (0,0,1) intersects c. We have x a= . 2. C -+ Im. given by -+ Im. C. C, where Zi = Xi + ZYi, i = 1,2. 48 Which 01 the lollowing sets is open a) {zllzl<3}; b) {zl1 < Rez < 3}; c) {zIRez<3}U{3}? Answers.

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