Math 116 Spring 2013
Complex Analysis

Lectures: TuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PM, 380-380D

Instructor: Peter McNamara, 380-382H, Email:

Office Hours:by email

Course Assistant: Nick Edelen, 380-380J, Email:

Office Hours:Tu 10-11, 2:30-3:30, 4-6 W 2:30-3:30. In 380-J.

Textbook: Stein and Shakarchi - Complex Analysis (Princeton Lectures in Analysis II).

Notes: A proof of Stirling's Formula via Hayman's method

Problem Sets: Due Thursdays, in class. No late homeworks will be accepted (this is as much a consideration to the grader as anything else). Each student will have their lowest score droppped.

Homework 1 Due 11 April. Solutions.
Homework 2 Due 18 April. Solutions
Homework 3 Due 25 April. Solutions
Homework 4 Due 2 May. Solutions
There will be no homework due 9 May due to the midterm.
Homework 5 Due 16 May. Solutions
Homework 6 Due 23 May. Solutions
Homework 7 Due 30 May. Solutions

Grading: Homework 25%, Midterm 25%, Final 50%.

Exams: There will be one midterm and one final exam. The midterm exam will be Tuesday 7 May, in class. The times for the final exam set by the university.

Midterm The midterm begins at 11am sharp, and lasts for 75 minutes. Students will be allowed to take in two pages of double sided notes, of letter or A4 size. The midterm will cover all topics covered in class or in the homeworks.
Questions and Solutions.

Final Exam The final exam is at 7pm on Monday 10 June in 380-380D (check this on the official timetable). It lasts for three hours. Students will be able to take in two pages of double sided notes, of letter or A4 size. The midterm will cover all topics covered in class or in the homeworks. This is roughly, Ch1, Ch2 Sec 1,2,4,5.1-5.3, Ch3 Sec 1-6, Ch 6,7, Ch 8 Schwartz Lemma + Riemann Mapping Theorem - Montel from Stein and Shakarchi, + asymptotics of power series coefficients.
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