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Topic: some questions for complex analysis
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Michael Press

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Re: some questions for complex analysis
Posted: Oct 18, 2008 2:24 PM
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In article <gerry-6BEBB4.08372417102008@sunb.ocs.mq.edu.au>,
Gerry Myerson <gerry@maths.mq.edi.ai.i2u4email> wrote:

> In article
> <def584d0-336c-4134-b1b8-1ec09befa4de@f40g2000pri.googlegroups.com>,
> Anonymous wrote:
>

> > I have huge difficulties to solve problems for complex analysis in
> > terms of cauchy's thm ...
> >
> > I would very appreciate you If anyone can have interest in or solve
> > those problems!

>
> The preferred way to do this is to show how far you got
> on these problems & where you got stuck. This is useful
> for two reasons. First, it's easier to help you if the helper
> knows exactly how much you know and where the stuff
> you don't know begins - that way, she doesn't waste time
> explaining stuff you already know, and doesn't leave you
> in the dust by assuming you know stuff you don't. Second,
> it allays suspicions that you're not willing to do any work
> at all, you're just trying to get someone else to do your
> homework for you - and there is precedent for that, and
> there are some very suspicious people here.


And third, when sharpening the question and writing down
one's work, as often as not, a miracle occurs.

--
Michael Press



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