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Math 120A , Fall 2004

Elements of Complex Analysis


FINAL INFORMATION
In WLH 2113 on Thursday, December 9, 8am-11am.
The test is comprehensive. No notes, books or calculators are allowed.
There will 11 multiple choice and 11 written problems.
This page will be provided with the final (you do not need to print it out)
Highlights of some of the topics covered
Notes on the triangle inequality
SECOND MIDTERM INFORMATION
Will be in class on Wednesday, November 17.
Will cover mostly Chapter 4. You are responsible for all sections in Chapter 4 except #45 and I did not define simply connected domain (will do this later). A couple questions related to trigonometric and logarithm functions will also be on the exam. Exam will be closed book, closed notes, and calculators are not allowed.

Some useful formulas for Midterm #2


********** 1st MIDTERM INFORMATION **********


Instructor: Prof. Bennett Chow
Office: AP&M 7438
Telephone: 1-858-534-7690
Email: benchow@math.ucsd.edu
Web: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~benchow
Office Hours: Mon. and Fri. 10:00-10:50 am, Wed. 2:00-2:50 pm, or by appointment

Teaching Assistant: Aaron Wong
Office: AP&M 2250
Email: awong@math.ucsd.edu
Office Hours: To be announced
Web: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~awong

Lecture: MWF 9:00 - 9:50 am, WLH 2113 (Warren Lecture Hall)
Discussion: M 5:00 - 5:50 pm, WLH 2113


Text: Complex Variables and Applications, by J. W. Brown and R. V. Churchill, McGraw-Hill, 7th Edition, 2004.


Homework: Homework is due in discussion section at the beginning of class on each Monday. The problems will be assigned from the sections covered in class on or before Friday (three days before the homework is due). It will be selectively graded and returned one week later on Monday in discussion. You are encouraged to ask questions about the homework, and you may work together on it. Copying someone else's work is prohibited, but cooperative effort and discussion of problems can be very effective in learning mathematics. No late homework will be accepted.


Reading: It is very important for you to read the assigned material in advance of every lecture. This will be expected and it will enable you to maximize what you get out of lectures. It will also help you stay on schedule in doing all of the homework. After each class you are advised to review your lecture notes, reread the corresponding sections of the text and then do the homework problems.


Exams and Grading: Tentative schedule (subject to change).

1st Midterm: Friday, Oct. 22 (in class)

2nd Midterm: Wednesday, Nov. 17 (in class)

Final exam information: Thursday, December 9, 8:00-11:00 am, place to be announced.

No make up exam will be given except in rare cases.


Grading Weights: Homeworks 20% (total), Midterms 40% (20% each), Final Exam 40%


Academic Calendar

FALL 2004

Fall Quarter Begins Monday, September 20
Instruction Begins Thursday, September 23
Veterans Day Holiday Thursday, November 11
Thanksgiving Holiday Thursday - Friday, November 25-26
Instruction Ends Friday, December 3
Final Exams Monday - Saturday, December 6-11
Fall Quarter Ends Saturday, December 11

 

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

ADD/CHANGE/DROP PERIOD 9/23-10/8
Drop without penalty of "F" grade - end of 9th week 11/29

 


Homework Assignments:

To be announced and subject to change (assignments will be finalized and announced in class on the Monday one week before they are due).

Assignment 1, Due Monday Oct. 4: p. 11: # 3, 4ab, 5b , p. 13 # 2, 4a, 12b, 15, p. 21 # 1b, 2, 5a, 6a, 9, 11a

Assignment 2, Due Monday Oct. 11: p. 28 # 1b, 2b, 8 , p. 31 # 1 , p. 35 # 1 c,d, 4 , p. 42 # 2, 7, 8 , p. 53 # 1b, 3a , p. 60. # 3

Assignment 3, Due Monday Oct. 18: , p. 53 # 5 , p. 60 # 9 , p. 68 # 1a,d , 2d , 6 , p. 73 # 1c , 7a , p. 78 # 1d, p. 89 #6

Assignment 4, Due Monday Oct. 25: p. p. 89 # 3 , p. 94 # 3 , 96 # 1, 3, 5

Assignment 5, Due Monday Nov. 1: p. 115 #2b,c , 3, 4 ; p. 120 # 1b, 4 ; p. 129 # 1b, 2a, 5, 7

Assignment 6, Due Monday Nov. 8: p. 133 # 1,4,5 ; p. 141 # 2,4 ; p. 153 # 1a,b,f, 2, 3 ; p. 162 # 1a,c,e, 2a, 4

Assignment 7, Due Monday Nov. 15: p. 84 # 1 ; p. 156 # 6, 7 ; p. 163 # 5 ; p. 172 # 1, 2, 3

Assignment 8, Due Monday Nov. 22: p. 181 # 4, 9 ; p. 188 # 2, 4, 5a, 7

Assignment 9, Due Monday Nov. 29: p. 198 # 1, 2, 6 ; p. 212 # 1, 2, 3

Lecture Plan (very tentative):

Date

Topic

 Mon 10/25  Begin Chapter 4