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Behaviour of Hankel function $H_s^{(1)}(x)$ near $x=0$

I am looking for a reference to the fact $H_s^{(1)}(x) \approx i (\frac{2}{x})^s \frac{\Gamma(s)}{\pi}$ for small $x$,and $s\in \mathbb{C}$. I think it is obtained from some integral representation of ...
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Continuity and other properties of complex exponential

So I think I can do the others, but part (i) about showing the continuity of $a^z$ has me stumped. I always get really stuck when it comes to proving continuity (I am using the metric spaces ...
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Effect of sigmas inequality on sequences

We have two nets of complex numbers $\{z_\alpha\}_{\alpha\in I},\{w_\alpha\}_{\alpha\in I}$ for some set $I$ which might be uncountable, and we have $$\sum_{\alpha\in I}|w_\alpha|\leq ...
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Complex number in polar coordinates

I have to get $\Im$, $\Re$, the absolut value as well as the argument $\phi$ of the complex number $$z = \left(-\frac{1}{\sqrt2}+\sqrt\frac{3}{2}i\right)^8$$ I do this by transforming $z' = ...
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Is this $\epsilon-\delta-$proof correct?

I have to Show that $$\mathbb{C} \rightarrow\mathbb{R}; z \rightarrow \Re z$$ is a continuous function using the $\epsilon-\delta-$criteria. So what I did is the following: I have to Show that ...
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How come complex numbers represent coordinates?

I'm wondering why complex numbers represent coordinates without being on the form of a tuple (a,b). The complex numbers come in the form: $a+bi$ where $a$ denotes the real part and $bi$ denotes the ...
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How to prove $x_{n+1}y_n-x_ny_{n+1}=2^{3n}\sqrt{7}$

For $n \in \mathbb{N}$ let $z_n=(1-i\sqrt {7})^n, ~x_n = Re~z_n,~y_n = Im~z_n$. I want to show the following: $x_{n+1}y_n-x_ny_{n+1}=2^{3n}\sqrt{7} ~~~(n \in \mathbb{N})$ My only idea was to show ...
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Why do imaginary numbers work (somewhat philosophical question)?

Asking as a layman, I've always puzzled over imaginary numbers and how they can be used to solve problems involving real numbers or quantities only (e.g. contour integration methods or Fourier ...
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How does $\mathrm {e}^z$ and $\log z$ look like as complex functions.

I want to visualize complex functions $\mathrm e^z$ and $\log z$ in $C$, here $z\in\Bbb C$. I want to know their behavior and zeros and singularities. Can anyone explain me in an easy way. Thank you ...
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Is there a single valued definition for $\sqrt[n]{z}$ on $\Bbb{C}$?

Since the $n$th root of a complex number has $n$ possibilities, which one do you choose so that its restriction to $\Bbb{R}$ is the positive square root if $r$ is positive and $\sqrt{|r|}i$ if $r$ is ...
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Find Limit of Complex integration

How should we prove that $\int_{\mathbb{C}}\frac{|G(w)|}{|z-w|}dA(w)\longrightarrow0$ as $|z|\longrightarrow\infty$where $G(z)\in L^{1}(\mathbb{C})$ and $|G(z)|\leq\frac{C_{0}}{|z|^{1+\varepsilon}}$ ...
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Triangle Inequality with complex numbers: Prove that ||x|−|y||≤|x|-|y|.

Prove that $ ||x| - |y|| \le |x| - |y| $ for all $ x,y \in \mathbb{C} $. I fully understand the other inequality: $|x+y| \le |x|+|y| $ for all $ x,y \in \mathbb{C} $. But I have no clue how to start ...
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Convergence of the Zeta and Phi functions

I want to show that the following functions (in the picture) are absolutely and locally uniformly convergent if real part of complex number $s$ is bigger than 1. Absolute part for zeta function is ...
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If $f: \mathbb{C}\to\mathbb{C}$ is bounded, then is it a constant? [closed]

If a function $f: \mathbb{C}\to\mathbb{C}$ is bounded, then it is a constant. Is it true or false?
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A rather ugly limit [duplicate]

Evaluate $$\lim_{n \rightarrow \infty} n \sin (2\pi e n!).$$ I wanna ask what's wrong with my method: Define $C_n= n \cos (2\pi e n!)$ and $S_n=n \sin (2\pi e n!)$, then $C_n+iS_n=ne^{i2\pi ...
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Fractional linear transformations with given properties

I need a function of the form $\displaystyle f(z):= \frac{az+b}{cz+d}, \qquad z\in\mathbb{C}-\{-\frac{d}{c}\}, \qquad ad-bc\neq0$ which carries the half-plane $\{z\in\mathbb{C}\ |\; ...
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Fourier Analysis

I am interested in Fourier Analysis. But I don't get why the coefficients are choosen that way and why the Fourier series will converge to a given function? Can someone provide me simple information ...
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Accumulation Points of a Complex Sequence

Let $z$ be a complex number of absolute value 1: $ z=e^{i\theta}, 0 \le \theta \lt 2\pi$. What are the accumulation points of the sequence $\lbrace z^n \rbrace$? Distinguish between the case where ...
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$x^2+1=0$ uncountable many solutions [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why are the solutions of polynomial equations so unconstrained over the quaternions? Coudl someone explain me the following: Why should $x^2+1=0$ have uncountable ...
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find all the solutions of $ e^{a+ib}=e^{a-ib}+2i $ $Re(a+ib) \le 0 $

find all the solutions in the complex field of the system $$ e^{a+ib}=e^{a-ib}+2i $$ $$Re(a+ib) \le 0 $$ where $a+ib$=z and a-ib=conj(z)
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Prove $i\notin \mathbb R $

Prove that $\imath$ (defined by $\imath^2=-1$) does not have a position on the Real number line. That is, show that there does not exist two real numbers $a$ and $b$ such that $a<\imath<b$. ...
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Complex Analysis and Limit point help

So S is a complex sequence (an from n=1 to infinity) has limit points which form a set E of limit points. How do I prove that every limit point of E are also members of the set E. I think epsilons ...
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Real numbers mapped onto a sphere

We can compare real values if they were greater, lesser but we cannot do same for complex numbers. What if we map real values(within some small range) onto a sphere and declare each one of them as ...
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Definition of a real without using complex

I have a set of arithmetic functions from $D\subset\mathbb C$ to $\mathbb C$ (addition, division, trigonometric functions, ...). Each of those functions can also be restricted from $E\subset \mathbb ...
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question about binomial expansion's coefficients

I am trying to show that if $$\left( 1+x\right) ^{n}=p_{0}+p_{1}x+p_{2}x^{2}+\ldots $$ and n being a positive integer, then $$p_{0}-p_{2}+p_{4}+\ldots = 2^{\frac {n} {2} }\cos \dfrac {n\pi } {4}$$ and ...
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Primitive roots of unity

I am trying to show that, If $$f\left( x\right) =a_{0}+a_{1}x+\ldots +a_{k}x^{k}$$ then $$\dfrac {1} {n}\left\{ f\left( x\right) +f\left( wx\right) +\ldots +f\left( w^{n-1}x\right) \right\} ...
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Is there a forumla for number of primes preceding a natural number?

I am guessing there is no known analytical function which gives such a formula. This question came to mind while attempting a rather basic proof. I am trying to show that the number of primitive ...
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Rudin Question (Integration of Complex Functions) [pg.325]

I was reading Rudin and I stumbled upon a proof that I do not seem to understand. It is on page 325 of Baby Rudin $3^{rd}$ edition. In case you do not have a copy I shall write some background ...