**Complex Analysis**

by George Cain

2001

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This textbook is written for an introductory undergraduate course in complex analysis. From the table of contents: Complex Numbers; Complex Functions; Elementary Functions; Integration; Cauchy's Theorem; Harmonic Functions; Series; Taylor and Laurent Series; Poles and Residues; Argument Principle.

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