Math 416                 Fall, 2019


Krantz


SYLLABUS AND COURSE INFORMATION


COMPLEX VARIABLES

 

Instructor: Steven G. Krantz

Textbook: Complex Variables: A Physical Approach with Applications, 2nd Edition, by Steven G. Krantz, Chapman and Hall/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2019.

Office: 103, Cupples I

Office Hour: to be announced.

Phone: (314) 935-6712

e-mail: sk@math.wustl.edu

Personal Web Address: http://www.math.wustl.edu/~sk

Class Web Page: The class Web page is

http://www.math.wustl.edu/~sk/math416.html

You can also just go to my personal Web page (above) and click on the button

for Math 416.

Dept. Office: 100, Cupples I

Dept. Phone: (314) 935-6760

 

Course Description: The purpose of this course is to learn about the theory of functions of a complex variable and the applications of this theory.

The course will follow the text rather closely. But it is strongly advised to attend class, as the instructor will offer many ideas and insights not to be found in the book. It is also important to keep up with the homework.

Work Required in the Course: There will be weekly homework assignments.

The relative weights of the course components are as follows:

Homework: 25%

Midterm I: 25%

Midterm II: 25%

Midterm III: 25%

TOTAL: 100%


If you are taking the course Pass/Fail, then the cutoff for a pass is C - or 65 percent.