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UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER APPLIED COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS
 

Summary: MATH34001
Two Hours
UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
APPLIED COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS
Friday, 30th January 2009
9.45a.m. 11.45a.m.
Answer ALL four questions in SECTION A (45 marks in all)
and
Answer TWO of the three questions in SECTION B (20 marks each)
The total number of marks on the paper is 85. A further 15 marks are available from work during
the semester making a total of 100.
Electronic calculators may be used, provided that they cannot store text.
1 of 4 P.T.O.
MATH34001
SECTION A
Answer ALL four questions
A1. The function f(z) is given by
f(z) = (z - 1)3/5
(z + 1)2/5
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Source: Applebaum, David - Department of Probability and Statistics, University of Sheffield

 

Collections: Mathematics