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1 COMPLEX ANALYSIS A.

If the statement is false, justify your answer by either explaining why it is false or giving a counterexample; if the statement is true, justify your answer by either proving the statement. (1) Re(z1 z2 ) = Re(z1 )Re(z2 ) (2) Im(4 + 7i) = 7i (3) |z 1| = |z 1| (4) If Im(z ) > 0, then Re(1/z ) > 0. (5) i < 10i (6) If z = 0 then Arg (z + z ) = 0. (7) |x + iy | |x| + |y | (8) arg ( z ) = arg (1/z ) (9) If z = z , then z is a pure imaginary. (10) arg (2 + 10i) = tan 1(5) + 2n for an integer n. (11) If z is a root of a polynomial equation an z n + an1 z n1 + + a1 z + a0 = 0, then z is also a root. (12) For any nonzero complex number z , there are an innite number of values for arg (z ). (13) If |z 2| < 2, then |Arg (z )| < /2. (14) The set S of complex numbers z = x + iy whose real and imaginary parts are related by y = sin x is a bounded set. (15) The set S of complex numbers z satisfying |z | < 1 or |z 3i| < 1 is a domain. (16) Consider a set of S of complex numbers. If the set A of all real parts of the numbers in S is bounded and the set B of all imaginary parts of the numbers in S is bounded, then necessarily the set S is bounded. (17) The sector dened by /6 < arg (z )/6 is neither open or nor closed. (18) For z = 0, there are exactly ve values of z 3/5 = (z 3 )1/5 . (19) A boundary point of a set S is a point in S . (20) The complex plane with the real and imaginary axes deleted has no boundary points. B. Fill in the blank with an appropriate answer. (1) If a + ib = (2) If z =
3i 2+3i

22i 15i ,

then a = . . = . .

and b =

4i 34i ,

then |z | =
z z

(3) If |z | = Re(z ), then z = (4) If z = 3 + 4i, then Re


2 (6) z 2 1 + z2 =

(5) The principal argument of z = 1 i is (7) arg ((1 + (8) (10)


1 2

. , Im((1 + i)7 ) = , Re((1 + i)8 ) =

i)5 ) .

= = =

, |(1 + i)6 | = .

3 4 2 i 83

(9) If z is a point in the second quadrant, then iz is in the i127 5i9 + 21 .

quadrant.

2 (11) if 3iz 2z = 6, then z = (13) If z =


5 , 3+i

. . .

(12) If 2x 3yi + 9 = x + 2yi + 5i, then z = then Arg (z ) =

(14) If z = 0 is a real number, then z = z 1 is real. other complex numer z = x + yi for which z + z 1 is real are dened by |z | = . (15) The position vector of length 10 passing through (1, 1) is the same as the complex number z = . quadrant. (16) The vector z = (2 + 2i)( 3 + i) lies in the (17) The boundary of the set S of complex numbers z satisfying both Im(y ) > 0 and |z 3i| > 1 is . (18) In words, the region in the complex plane for which Re(z ) < Im(z ) is . (19) The region in the complex plane consisting of the two disks |z + i| 1 and |zi|1 is (connected/not connected). (20) Suppose that z0 is not a real number. The circles |z z0 | = |z0 z0 | and |z z0 | = |z0 z0 | intersect on the (real axis/imaginary axis). (21) In complex notation, an equation of the circle with center 1 that passes through 2 i is (22) A positive integer n for which (1 + i)n = 4096 is n = (23)
(45i)658 | (5+41) 658 |

(24) From (cos + i sin )4 = cos 4 + i sin 4 we get the real trigonometric identities cos 4 = and sin 4 = . (25) if > 0, then the set of points satisfying < |z z0 | is the exterior to the circle of radius centered at z0 . In general, describe the set if = 0. In particular, describe the set C dened by |z + 2 5i| > 0.