**Functions of a Complex Variable**

by Thomas Murray MacRobert

**Publisher**: The Macmillan Company 1917**ISBN/ASIN**: B007MHV8K0**Number of pages**: 328

**Description**:

This book is designed for students who, having acquired a good working knowledge of the calculus, desire to become acquainted with the theory of functions of a complex variable, and with the principal applications of that theory. In order to avoid making the subject too difficult for beginners, I have abstained from the use of strictly arithmetical methods, and have, while endeavouring to make the proofs sufficiently rigorous, based them mainly on geometrical conceptions.

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