MATH 120A HW , WINTER 2013 HW #10 Due by Friday March 15 (but don't turn in): p. 239, #1-6 p. 243 #1-3 p. 248 #1-4 HW#9 Due noon Friday March 8 p. 195 #7, 13 p. 205 #3, 4, 8a p. 219 #1, 6 HW#8 Do by Friday March 1 (but don't turn in): p. 179 #1-6 and #9 Friday midterm: Most questions will be similar to hw problems. You may also be asked to prove a major theorem that was proved in class. Don't forget to bring a bluebook to the midterm. Study Sections 26 -- 54. HW#7 Due noon Friday Feb 22 p. 160 #1, 2, 6 p. 170 #2, 4 HW#6 Due noon Friday Feb 15 p. 121 #2 p. 135 #1-8 p. 140 #1, 2, 5 HW#5 Due noon Friday Feb 8: p. 81 #1a, 2, 3 p. 92 #1b, 6, 8, 11, 13 p. 97 #1, 2c, 3, 5 HW#4 Do by Friday Feb 1 (but don't turn in): p. 71 #1d, 2b, 3, 4b, 6 p. 78 #4, 6 Friday midterm: Most questions will be similar to hw problems. You may also be asked to prove a major theorem that was proved in class. Don't forget to bring a bluebook to the midterm. HW#3 Due noon Friday Jan 25: p.44 #3,7 p.55 #5 p.62 #4 (Hint: Differentiable functions are continuous--see p. 59) p.62 #6b (Hint: See bottom of p. 7) p.63 #7,8 My own problems: Problem A: Prove that complex conjugation is a continuous but not differentiable function. Problem B: Prove that as z approaches infinity, so does z^3 + z^2. Hint: z^3 + z^2 = z^3 (1 + 1/z), and note that the second factor approaches 1. HW#2 Due noon Friday Jan 18: p.23 #6, 10 p.29 #1, 2, 3, 6 p. 33 #1, 2, 3, 4, 7 p. 37 #1, 2 HW#1 Due noon Friday Jan 11: p.5 #1(b), 4 p.8 #1(a)(c) p.12 #4 p.15 #12, 14 p.22 #1,2