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Section 9.1 Basic Properties of Conformal Mappings

: Dr. John Mathews
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Let f; be an analytic function in the domain D;, and let z[0]; be a point in D. If `f '(`*z[0]*`)` <> 0;, then we can express f in the form `f(z)`; = `f(`*z[0]*`)`; + `f '(`*z[0]*`)(`;z-z[0];`)`; + eta;`(`*z*`)(`;z-z[0];`)`;, where Limit(eta*`(`*z*`)`,z = z[0]) = 0

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Publish Date: October 01, 2003
Created In: Maple V
Language: English



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