Is this what I wanted to get? That’s how I got hired here – there were ten candidates, and my answer was the closest.

Is this what I wanted to get? That’s how I got hired here – there were ten candidates, and my answer was the closest.

Using Radon-Nikodym we get – well, actually it was Cauchy who did this but there are too many theorems named after Cauchy.

How hard is this problem? Well if you went to the supermarket, the person selling broccoli could solve it. The broccoli itself could also solve it.

Complex analysis – the perfect subject for combining visual and analytic thinking. I just read “Visual Complex Analysis” by Tristan Needham, a basic book on complex analysis: lots of historical references, uncompromising explanations, lots of problem solving and plenty of beautiful illustrations!

I have this book. It is very good.

Complex analysis – the perfect subject for combining visual and analytic thinking. I just read “Visual Complex Analysis” by Tristan Needham, a basic book on complex analysis: lots of historical references, uncompromising explanations, lots of problem solving and plenty of beautiful illustrations!

I have this book. It is very good.

“So as you can see, you can divide by zero! You just need to do so very, very carefully.”

– *Complex Analysis Professor*

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Drawing of the absolute value of the complex from Jahnke and Emde, “Tables of Higher Functions,” published in 1909.