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By Junjiro Noguchi

Appropriate for a twelve months path in complicated research, on the complex undergraduate or graduate point, this can be a beautiful solid creation to the topic, with well-written, precise proofs and plenty of routines. when you make an effort to paintings the routines, you'll research the topic, and you'll examine it good, and when you've got hassle with a few of them, you could glance within the again for solutions, notwithstanding when you've got this as a textbook, your professor will most likely assign difficulties whose strategies will not be within the book.

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Then there is a number no such that r < IanI/Ian+1I for n > no. Therefore ,r,n-no < Ian,,+1l lafQI , Ian-lI = Ian,,+1 I I Taking the n-th root of both sides, and letting n r< oo, we get 1 =R. 4. POWER SERIES 27 Therefore, if lim la, I /Ian + 1 l = + cc, R = +oo, and so they are equal. Suppose n-x lim'anl/jan+ll that 0 S lim lan1/lan+11 < too. Take an arbitrary r >n-x n-31- Similarly to the above there is a number no such that rn-no > lan0l/janl for n > no. It follows that r> 1 1 lim " land =R. 6) _a"1 lim > Ian+11 > R.

ExERCIsE 3. Show that tan(z + r) = tan z for z 34 r/2 + nrr, n E Z. 6. 10). If this converges, then lim zn=1. n-oo Therefore, to investigate the convergence of the infinite product, it is more convenient to replace z by I + zn, and to deal with Hn 0(1 + zn ). 6. INFINITE PRODUCTS 35 converges, then lim z = 0, and there is a number no such that Iz,, I < 1/2 for all n n0 and n fj (I+ZJ)-1 J=no 2 Therefore the values of I + zn (n ? no), f na(1 + zn) are contained in the domain A(1; 1) where the logarithmic function log is defined (cf.

Then f is said to E3 C C, j = 1, 2. , lim,, , f (P,) = f (P). In particular, if f is continuous, injective, and surjective. and if the inverse f -1 E2 - E1 is also continuous, then f is called a homeomorphism. 2) is a homeomorphism. 5) that if a function in an open subset of C \ {0,o0} is analytic in z. it is analytic in i, and the converse holds, too. Therefore the notion of analyticity is well defined on an arbitrary open subset of C. A circle of C stands for a circle, or a line of C (plus the point at infinity oc to be precise).

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