Math 120B Elements of Complex Analysis

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  • Homework assignments will be posted below. Normally you have about a week to do the homework. You will need to sumbit it via Gradescope by the due time. If you are not familiar with Gradescope, you can find some guidelines for submission through Gradescope here.

  • Homework 1 (due 11:59pm, PT, Sat., April 9th):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here. You can find the solutions of HW1 Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 196, problems 3, 9;   Page 206, problem 5;   page 219, problem 2 in textbook.

    Reading: page 179-221 in textbook.

    Homework 2 (due 11:59pm, PT, Sat., April 16th):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here. You can find the solutions of HW2 Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 242, problems 3, 4;   Page 247, problem 8.

    Reading: page 227-253 in textbook.

    Homework 3 ( Special due time: due 11:59pm, PT, Mon., April 25th):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here. You can find the solutions of HW3 Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 264-265, problems 2, 3, 6, 7, 10

    Reading: page 259-264 in textbook.

    Homework 4 (due 11:59pm, PT, Sat., April 30th):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here. You can find the solutions of HW4 Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 273, problems 6,9, 10, 11.

    Reading: page 259-277 in textbook.

    Homework 5 (due 11:59pm, PT, Sat., May 7th):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here. You can find the solutions of HW5 Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 283, problems 4, 5.

    Reading: page 277-282 in textbook.

    Homework 6 (due 11:59pm, PT, Sat., May 14th):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here. You can find the solutions of HW6 Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 287, problems 1, 3;   Page 293-294, problem 6, 7, 8, 9.

    Reading: page 284-294 in textbook.

    Homework 7 (due on 11:59pm, PT, Tue., May 31st):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here. You can find the solutions of HW7 Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 305, problems 5;   Page 306, problem 5, 9, 12;   Page 312, problem 3, 5, 6, 7.

    Reading: page 299-312, 345-352 in textbook.

    Homework 8 (This HW8 is an optional bonus HW. You can get some bonus points that will be added to your HW total, if you submit by 11:59pm, PT, Tue., June 7th. Read the HW8 pdf for more details):     Solve and submit all the questions in the problem set Here.

    Suggested problems (Do not submit the following suggested problems, and they will not be graded anyway. However, you are strongly encouraged to go through as many practice problems as you can): Page 352, problems 3;   Page 357, problem 1 (b) (c), 2, 4, 5.

    Reading: page 354-357 in textbook.