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Complex Variables with Applications

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Complex Variables with Applications
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Publisher: LibreTexts
Number of pages: 289

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Complex analysis is a basic tool in many mathematical theories. By itself and through some of these theories it also has a great many practical applications. There are a small number of far-reaching theorems that we'll explore in the first part of the class. Along the way, we'll touch on some mathematical and engineering applications of these theorems.

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