MT460 Spring 2003
Homework Assignments (from Fundamentals of Complex Analysis for Mathematics, Science and Engineering, 3rd edition, by E. B. Saff and A. D. Snider).
Note: Assignments due dates are arranged to give you adequate study time
prior to the examinations. Assignments are due in class on the
day shown. Late papers are graded at the instructor's prerogative and
may not be awarded credit.
Added May 15, 2003: since the class is over,
the solutions to the homework assignments have been removed from this website.
Due Date 

Friday, January 24, 2003 
Section 1.1 # 1,4,5c,7,11,14,15,22 Section 1.2 #7aei, 13, 16,17, 20, 21a Section 1.3 #5c,9,13,17 
Friday, 131 
Section 1.4 #1b, 3c,
4a, 7,10,12a,17ab,20a Section 1.5 #5bce,6a,11 Section 1.6 # 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,16,18 
Friday 27 
Section 2.1 # 1be, 5,
6ab, 13 Section 2.2 # 2, 5, 7bc, 11c Section 2.3 # 4c, 9b, 11cg, 16. Please also read number 8 though you do not need to hand it in. Section 2.4 # 1a, 3 
(Not to be handed in. We will discuss these in class on Wednesday 212 prior to the midterm on 214.) 
Section 2.4 # 8,11,12 Section 2.5 # 1a,3c,5,14 
Wednesday, 226 
Section 3.1 # 4, 7, 11b Section 3.2 # 5de, 6, 15 Section 3.3 # 1acd, 3, 6, 8, 11 Section 3.5 # 1d, 3b, 5, 6b 
Monday 317 
Section 4.1 # 1,4,8,11 Section 4.2 # 1,3b,5,6,9,14ab Section 4.3 # 1abgh,2,5 
Monday, 331 
Section 4.4 # 1, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16 Section 4.5 # 1, 2, 3, 7, 8. Read (but don't hand in) #16. 
Monday 47 
Section 4.6 # 1, 4, 5, 8, 11, 18 Section 4.7 # 1, 4 
Monday 414 
Section 5.1 #1a, 2b, 9 Section 5.2 #1ab, 5a Section 5.5 # 1, 2, 4. Since the answers to some of the problems are in the back of the book, you must show your work in order to receive credit. 
Recommended Problems (Not to be handed in.) 
Section 6.1 # 1 abc, 3ab. Section 6.3 # 1. 