## Complex Analysis Math 120A, Fall 2002:

Office hours: M1-2, WF11-12

Office: APM 5256, tel. 534-2734

Email: hwenzl@ucsd.edu

Teaching assistant: Robert Juhlin, email: rjuhlin@math.ucsd.edu, office hours M3-4, W11-12

Computation of grade: The grade is computed from your scores in the final (50%), 2 midterms (20%) and homework (10%). Although homework counts comparatively little, it is extremely important that you do it, as most of the exam problems will be very similar to homework problems. It is OK to compare homework notes or to discuss problems with other students; just copying someone else's homework, however, will not count.

Dates of exams: No make-up exams!

Midterms: (preliminary) 10/25, 11/22

How to find out the final exam date:

1. Get into StudentLink (you can find it on the upper right corner of http://www.ucsd.edu/ )

2. In the upper right corner at StudentLink, under `Where Do You Want To Go', you can find `Final Exams'. Go for it, and look up the date of your final under Fall 2002 Final Exam Schedule

Course material: We will use the book `Complex variables and applications', sixth edition, by Brown and Churchill. We will roughly cover chapters 1-7, perhaps a bit more or less.

Homework assignments Unless further notice, homework is to be turned in on or before the date posted (either in section or the day after section in class). This changes what was posted earlier here.

Disclaimer: I will try to get the homework assignment on the net in time. Due to time and other limitations, this may not always be possible. The fact that there is no assignment posted for a particular date does therefore NOT necessarily mean that no homework is due.

for 10/4: p.5: 1a,d,f, 3, 12, p.11: 5, 9 10b,d, 18, look at 8, 12 p.17: 1a, 2c, 3b, 5b, 13

for 10/11: p. 22: 1a, 2bc, 6, 7, p. 25: 1, 2, 5, 7ab, p. 31: 1bc, 3, 5, 9

for 10/18: p.42: 1b, 2b, 10b, p.47: 1a,c, 4, 8b, p.54: 1a,c, 3bc, 9,

for 10/25: The following problems need not be turned in, but similar problems may be on the midterm on 10/25 (you may ask questions in the section on 10/24): p.62: 1ab, 2a, 7, 10acd, p67: 1b, 3, 7, 8ab, 11, 13, p. 71: 10, 17, p.79: 1a, 3ab, 8, 10, 15, p. 84: 1a, 3, 10a

for 11/1: p.92: 1a, 2, 8, p. 102: 1ab, 2ab,

for 11/8: p.103: 5, 6, 7, 9, 14, 15, p.119: 2, 4ab,

for 11/15: p. 120: 5, 6, 8, p 128: 1c, 2ab, 4, 5, 9

for 11/21:(problems need not be turned in, but similar problems may be on the midterm on 10/25. DO ASK questions in class or section. p. 136: 1, 2, 4, 6, 10, p. 142: 5

for 12/2: p. 149: 2, 4, 5, 8, p. 156: 2, 6, 7, p. 172: 2, 5, 10. recommended: get started on p.188: 1abce, 3ab,

for 12/6: p.188: 1abce, 3ab, p. 197: 4, 7. p. 208: 5, 9, p. 214: 4

Final: The final takes place on Thursday, 12/12, 3-6pm in our class room. The usual rules apply: one hand-written cheat sheet (you can write on both sides), no calculators, books or other notes. The material will be taken from the sections from which homework was assigned, with emphasis on the latter part of the course (in particular computing residues and integrals via residues, computing and working with power series and Laurent series, doing contour integrals etc). Below you find the final for a course I gave four years ago.

Old final pdf-file

Office hours in finals week: W:12-1(TA has office hour from 11-12), Th 11-12