Question

Consider a function F=u+iv which is analytic on the set
D={z|Rez>1} and that u_x+v_y=0 on D. Show that there exists a
real constant p and a complex constant q such that F(z)=-ipz+q on
D.

Notation: Here u_x denotes the partial derivative of u with
respect to x and v_y denotes the partial derivative of v with
respect to y.

Answer #1

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Problem C: Does there exist an analytic function f(z) in some
domain D with the real part u(x,y)=x^2+y^2?
Problem D: Is the function f(z)=(x-iy)^2 analytic in any domain
in C? Are the real part u(x,y) and the imaginary pary v(x,y)
harmonic in C? Are u and v harmonic conjugates of each other in any
domain?

Complex Analysis Proof - Prove: if f = u + iv is analytic in a
domain D, then u and v satisfy the Cauchy-Riemann equations in
D.

Are the following function harmonic? If your answer is yes, find
a corresponding analytic function f (z) =u(x, y) + iv(x, y). v = (
2x + 1)y

13. Show that an analytic function f(z) in a domain D cannot
have a constant modulus unless f is a constant function.

The real part of a f (z) complex function is given as
(x,y)=y^3-3x^2y. Show the harmonic function u(x,y) and find the
expressions v(x,y) and f(z). Calculate f'(1+2i) and write x+iy
algebraically.

a)Prove that the function
u(x, y) = x -y÷x+y
is harmonic and obtain a conjugate function v(x, y) such that
f(z) = u + iv is analytic.
b)Convert the integral
from 0 to 5 of (25-t²)^3/2 dt
into a Beta Function and evaluate the resulting function.
c)Solve the first order PDE
sin(x) sin(y)
∂u
∂x + cos(x) cos(y)
∂u
∂y = 0
such that u(x, y) = cos(2x), on x + y =
π
2

Find the directional derivative of the function f(x, y, z) = 4xy
+ xy3z − x z at the point P = (2, 0, −1) in the direction of the
vector v = 〈2, 9, −6〉.

Find directional derivative of the function f(x, y, z) =
5x2 + 2xy – 3y2z at
P(1, 0, 1) in the direction v = i +
j – k .

f(x, y, z) = x y2 z3 and consider the
point P(2, 1, 1).
(a) Find the directional derivative of f at P in the direction
of Q(0, −3, 5).
(b) In which direction does f increase fastest at P?
(c) What is the maximal rate of increase of f at P?

question #1: Consider the following function.
f(x) =
16 − x2,
x ≤ 0
−7x,
x > 0
(a) Find the critical numbers of f. (Enter your answers
as a comma-separated list.)
x =
(b) Find the open intervals on which the function is increasing or
decreasing. (Enter your answers using interval notation. If an
answer does not exist, enter DNE.)
increasing
decreasing
question#2:
Consider the following function.
f(x) =
2x + 1,
x ≤ −1
x2 − 2,
x...

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