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 Jun17 comment Antiderivative simply connected region $f$ is analytic on a set $\Omega \subseteq \mathbb{C}$, if it is complex differentiable in every point in $\Omega$. Jun17 asked Descriptive explanation of the term “homotopic” Jun17 asked Antiderivative simply connected region Jun16 comment Maximum principle I still don't get (2), see the edited post. Jun16 revised Maximum principle added 284 characters in body Jun7 comment How to determine the type of singularities Is the approach correct? Even if the limits where not evaluated correctly. Jun7 comment How to determine the type of singularities For d) What if we change the domain to: $\mathbb{C}\backslash\{0,\frac{1}{2k\pi}\}$ ? In e) We should change it to $\mathbb{C}\backslash\{k\pi\}$ right? Jun7 comment How to determine the type of singularities I evaluated them with Mathematica. Sometime I've used certain values for n, so that I would get a result. Jun7 comment Riemann mapping theorem Where? I defined it as the set of open unit disks. Jun7 answered How to determine the type of singularities Jun7 comment How to determine the type of singularities No. I've noticed, that things are much easier with a Laurent expansion. Jun7 revised How to determine the type of singularities added 123 characters in body Jun7 comment Residue theorem Thank you very much! Jun7 accepted Residue theorem Jun7 accepted Winding number on a simply connected region Jun7 comment How to determine the type of singularities If there is something more I can add in order to get help, I will happily do so! Jun7 asked Residue theorem Jun7 accepted Maximum principle Jun7 accepted Power series expansion for analytic functions Jun7 accepted Application residue theorem for improper integrals