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MAKEUP - COMPLEX - Autumn 2016

EXERCISE 1: Let z = 2+3i3+5i
a/ Find Real and Imaginary parts.
b/ Find the Complex conjugate.
c/ Find the modulus.
d/ Find the Argument, Arg.

EXERCISE 2: Give the exponential form of the following number: z = (3i)7

EXERCISE 3: Evaluate the following integral. For that follow these steps:

(i) Find the singular points. Draw a simple graph of the curve C and the singular points. Are singular
points inside or outside the curve C?

(ii) Precise the theorem or property you use and evaluate the integral.

sin z
I= dz, C : |z − i| = 1
C (z + 4i)10

EXERCISE 4: Basics formula Give directly the MacLaurin series and the interval of convergence of the
following functions:

a/ 1−z

b/ ez

c/ cos z

d/ sin z

EXERCISE 5: Ratio test P∞ 2n

Give the center and the radius (ratio test) of the circle of convergence: n=0 2n (z − 5i)n

EXERCISE 6: Taylor series Use the Maclaurin series of exp and sin and the ’primary school’ multiplication
technics to find the Maclaurin series of f (z) = ez cos z. Give your answer until degree 6.

EXERCISE 7: Definition
a/ What are the three types of isolated singular points?

b/ What is the definition of each? (Simple answer, just by its Laurent expansion)

c/ What is the residues value in Laurent expansion?


EXERCISE 8: Do these 4 steps:

a/ Find the isolated singular points and determine their types and their order if there are poles
b/ Are isolated points inside or outside the curve (draw a simple graph)
c/ Precise which theorem (Cauchy, Cauchy integral formula or Cauchy integral formula for derivatives) is used
to find the integral
d/ Use Residue theorem to find again the integral
cos z
J= 2
dz , C : |z − 1| = 2
C z(z + 3)

EXERCISE 9: In order to compute the integral of shape −∞ f (x)dx, use the theorem:
f (z) analytic on C except some poles
poles not on real axis
f=Q and deg(Q) ≥ deg(P ) + 2
R∞ P
then −∞ f (x) dx = 2πi (Residues of f (z) in the upper plane).

The integral to compute is:

I= dx
−∞ (x2 + 9)(x2 + 16)
For that follow these steps:
a/ Writting f = Q . What is P ? What is Q? What are their degree? Is it ok to use the theorem?
b/ Find the isolated singular points of f (z). Do they belongs to R? What types are they? If poles, which order?
Which ones do you need in order to calculate the integral? Why do you choose these ones?
c/ Calculate the residues of f (z) at the choosen singular points.
d/ Evaluate the integral I.

EXERCISE 10: Laplace transform Find Laplace transform of these functions:

f (t) = 2 sin 4t + 5e3t + 6e−3t cos 5t