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School of Mathematics

MA2325 Complex Analysis


Lecturer: Derek Kitson

Course outline: link

Here is a brief summary of the topics we have covered. (Updated 6/2/12) summary

Past exam papers can be found here.

For students taking the supplemental exam, the May exam can be found here.


Exam information:
There will be 5 questions on the exam. Credit will be given for the best 4 questions answered.
Part 1 of the summary (the part called "Complex numbers") will be treated as mainly background material. The proofs of theorems listed in Part 1 will not be examined.
There will be one question focussing on each of the four remaining parts. (i.e. one question covering "Analytic functions", one question on "Power series" etc.)


Assignments: Assignments will be worth 10% of the final mark.


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