By John D. Paliouras
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4−i(5 + i). 5i · ī. 6(a + bi)(a − bi). 76i/(6 − 5i). 8(a + bi)/(a − bi). 91/(3 + 2i). 10i2, i3, i4, i5, …, i10. 10, formulate a rule for all the positive integral powers of i and then for the negative ones. 12Show that if z = − 1 − i, then z2 + 2z + 2 = 0. 13Show that the imaginary unit has the property that − i = i−l = i. 14If z = a + bi, express z2 and z3 in the form A + Bi. 15Reduce each of the following to the form A + Bi. (a) (b) (c) (d)i123 − 4i9 − 4i. 16For which complex numbers, if any, is each of the following equations true?
At first, we consider the most general types of functions and we discuss the concept of the limit of a complex function. We then proceed to develop the hierarchy of functions according to the properties of continuity, differentiability and analyticity. At each step, the functions become more restricted in the sense that they are required to satisfy more stringent conditions. On the other hand, it is precisely their restricted nature which endows these functions with desirable properties and, consequently, renders such functions more interesting and more useful.
4|z + i| < 2. 51 ≤ |z| ≤ 3. 6| z − i| ≥ 3. 2. 3. 2. 5. 12|2z − 3| ≥ 1. 13Im (1/z) > 3. 14Taken as a set with only one member, is a single point open, closed, or neither? Is it connected? Justify your answers. 15Consider the infinite set consisting of the points of the sequence for all positive integers n. Is the set open, closed, or neither? Is it connected? Is it bounded? Justify your answers. 16In this section we defined an “open set” in two different ways. Show that the two definitions are equivalent by assuming one and proving the other.