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Complex Analysis (Undergraduate Texts in Mathamatics) by Donald J. Newman, Joseph Bak

By Donald J. Newman, Joseph Bak

This strangely energetic textbook on advanced variables introduces the idea of analytic services, explores its various purposes and indicates the reader find out how to harness its robust strategies. Complex Analysis deals new and fascinating motivations for classical effects and introduces similar subject matters that don't seem during this shape in different texts. Stressing motivation and strategy, and entire with workout units, this quantity can be utilized either as a simple textual content and as a reference. For this moment variation, the authors have revised a few of the current fabric and feature supplied new workouts and strategies.

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