Math 333, Complex Analysis
Fall 2018
Meets: 3:05 to 4:20, Tuesdays and Thursdays in Physics 047
Instructor: Richard Hain
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 2 to 3, or by appointment
Text: Joseph Bak and Donald Newman, Complex Analysis, third
edition, Springer, New York, 2010. A pdf of this book is available at no cost to
Duke students at this URL (from a Duke IP address).
References:
 Lars Ahlfors, Complex Analysis.
 Murray Spiegel et al: Schaum's Outline of Complex Variables, 2ed.
Grading:
Assignments:  25%

Midterms:  30%

Final:  45%

Exam dates:
Assignments:
Assignment 1: (pdf) (due: Tuesday, September 11)(solutions)
 Assignment 2: (pdf) (due: Thursday, September 20)(solutions)
 Assignment 3: (pdf) (due: Thursday, September 27)(solutions)
 Assignment 4: (pdf) (now due: 4pm, Friday, October 5)(solutions)
 Assignment 5: (pdf) (due: Thursday, October 11)(solutions)
Homework Policy: You (the students) are allowed to discuss the assignments
among yourselves and offer advice, but the final product must be your own
work. In particular, copying assignments or allowing another to copy your assignment is not allowed and is a violation of Duke's Community
Standard. A signed reaffirmation of
the Community Standard should be attached to each piece of written work
submitted in the course.
Handouts:
 Rough notes on real analysis (pdf)
 Notes on the Implicit Function Theorem (pdf)
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