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- (12/14) The grade is now posted. You should be able to saee your grade by logging into CIS. -- This really is a great class, with more than half of the class getting A or A-.
- (11/30) By an unanimous vote, the
**4th midterm exam is now set on Wednesday, 12/5**in the same room. There will be a review on Monday, 12/3. - (11/29) Please come to class on Friday, 30 Nov. Two students suggested moving the 4th midterm back to Wednesday (12/5), and collect the exam on Friday (12/7) during the extra class. Come to the class and cast your vote.
- (11/27) There will be a review session for final exam on Friday, 7 December at the usual class time 11:50-12:40 in JWB 308.
- (10/30) The third midterm exam will be held on Wednesday, 7th Nov. There will be an extra office hour on Thursday, 1st Nov at 5pm, in JWB 308.
- (10/4) The second midterm exam will be returned on Friday, 5th Oct. The median is in the 90+ %.
- (9/24) The seoond midterm exam is scheduled on next Wednesday, 3rd Oct. There will be an extra office hour 5-6pm in JWB 308.
- (9/18) The first midterm statistics:
**median > 70**. 90-100:**7**, 80-89:**3**, 70-79:**6**, 60-69:**1**, 50-59:**3**, 0-49:**5**. - (9/14) Additional PDF on local properties of analytic functions.
- (9/7) The first midterm exam is set on Wednesday, 12 September. It covers everything up to Section 3.3, including the contents from the PDF file on Cauchy's theorem.
- (9/7) Additional PDF on higher derivatives of Cauchy integral formula.
- (9/1) For HW in Section 2.6, you will need Theorem 2.6.7, which we haven't proved, but you can use it.
- (8/24) Selected pages from Ch. 2. Cauchy's Theorem from another book.
- (8/22) If you are interested to be a notetaker for this class, please
**get the form from me**. The Center for Disability & Access at the U is looking for a paid notetaker, at $50/semester for the handwritten notes or $75 for typed note. - (8/22) You can read Ch. 1 online if you can't get your book in time.
- (8/20) Brian pointed out that a stament in
**Sect 1.2**Problem 3 is clearly false. There should be an absolute value sign on the right hand side.

- Problems will be finalized after each lecture. Tentative problem sets are posted before lectures but might be
**subject to change.** - (Due 8/27)
**Sect 1.1:**4, 5, 10, 13, 17.**Sect 1.2:**3 (put abolute value on the right hand side), 6.**Sect 1.3:**5, 6, 12.**Sect 1.4:**4, 9, 11, 13, 16, 18. - (Due 9/5)
**Sect 2.2:**7, 8, 9, 15.**Sect 2.3:**3, 6, 7.**Sect 2.4:**2, 8.**Sect 2.5:**7, 8, 9.**Sect 2.6:**1, 2, 3, 4, 5. - (Due 9/10)
**Sect 2.7:**1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14.**Sect 3.2:**1, 2, 6.**Sect 3.3:**4, 5, 7, 8. - (Due 9/17)
**Sect 3.2:**14, 15, 16.**Sect 3.4:**2, 3, 4. - (Due 9/24)
**Sect 3.4 :**10, 13.**Sect 3.5:**1, 4, 5, 7. - (Due 10/3)
**Sect 4.1:**1, 7.**Sect 4.2:**2, 4.**Sect 4.3:**1, 2, 6.**Sect 4.4:**1, 3, 4, 8, 9. - (Due 10/15)
**Sect 4.5:**1, 2, 11. - (Due 10/22)
**Sect 5.1:**2, 3, 7, 8, 11.**Sect 5.2:**1, 3, 6, 7, 10**Sect 5.5:**1, 2, 4. - (Due 10/29)
**Sect 6.1:**2, 4.**Sect 6.2:**1, 2, 6, 7.**Sect 6.3:**2, 4. - (Due 11/7)
**Sect 6.4:**1, 2, 5. - (Due
**11/21**)**Sect 7.1:**1, 2.**Sect 7.4:**7, 12.**Sect 8.1:**2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. - (Due 11/26)
**Sect 8.2:**1, 2, 7. - (Due 12/5)
**Sect 8.2:**8, 10.**Sect 9.1:**2, 4, 9, 10 + (a complete proof of Theorem 9.1.7 from definitions).**Sect 9.2:**2, 3.