SUNY at Stony Brook

**Textbook:**
*Complex Variables and Applications, * by James W. Brown and Ruel V. Churchill, 8th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2009.

**Prerequisite: ** In order to take this course, you must have passed MAT 203 or MAT 205 or AMS 261 (Calculus III) and MAT 303 or
MAT 305 or AMS 361 (Calculus IV) with a grade of C or better. Also, you must have passed MAT 200 (Logic, Language, and Proof).

**Instructor:** Xiuxiong Chen, Math Tower 4-100B. Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday from 11:00-12:30pm. Email: xiu@math.stonybrook.edu

**Course Assistants:**
Yi Wang, Math Tower S-240A. Office Hours: Fridays 11:00am-12:00pm in office; Mondays 6-7pm and Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm in MLC.
Email: yi.wang.10@stonybrook.edu

**Class schedule:** MWF 10:00-10:53am, Math Tower P131

**Homework:** Homework is a fundamental part of this course, and you will
have to work hard on the assigned problems in order to succeed. Assignments
will be posted on Blackboard at the beginning of each week, and will
be due **on Friday of the following week in class**. A file bag will be placed in the platform, where you may turn in your homework. Please pick up your previous homework at the same time. Late homework will not be accepted. Homework will account for 30% of
the total grade. In order to receive full credit for any problem you must **show all of
your work**, and must provide **full justification** for your answer.

Homework 1 (Due 9/8) - §2: 4, 11; §3: 1, 2; §4: 1, 6; §5: 1, 9; §8: 1, 4, 5ac, 9;

Homework 2 (Due 9/15) - §10: 2, 6; §11: 1ac, 2ac, 3ac; §12: 1b, 2; §14: 3a, 7;

Homework 3 (Due 9/22) - §18: 2bc, 5, 7; §20: 1cd, 4, 8;

Homework 4 (Due 9/29) - §23: 1c, 2d, 3bc; §25: 1c, 2c, 4c, 7; §26: 1ac, 2, 7;

Homework 5 (Due 10/6) - §28: 1, 5; §29: 1ac, 4, 8ac, 14; §31: 1a, 2bc, 5b, 9a; §32: 5;

Homework 6 (Due 10/13) - §33: 1a, 2c, 6, 8a; §34: 2b, 9a, 12a, 15; §35: 15a; §36: 1a;

Homework 7 (Due 10/20) - §38: 2a, 4; §39: 2, 5; §42: 1b, 3, 7, 8; §43: 4, 5; §45: 2b, 5;

Midterm Examination in class on 10/20 -- it covers sections 1-41.

Homework 8 (Due 10/27) - §49: 1e, 2c, 4, 7; §52: 1b, 3, 7; §54: 1, 3, 5; §56: 2, 9;

Homework 9 (Due 11/3) - §59: 3, 6, 10; §62: 3, 6, 10; §66: 2, 4, 6; §67: 3, 4;

Homework 10 (Due 11/10) - §71: 1ac, 2ac, 3b, 6; §72: 1ac, 2ac, 3; §74: 1ab, 2b, 5;

Homework 11 (Due 11/17) - §76: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8a; §79: 2, 4, 5, 6, 8;

Homework 12 (Due 12/1) - §81: 3, 6, 10; §84: 2, 4, 6; §85: 2, 3; §87: 1a, 6a;

**Grading Policy:** HW 30%, Midterm 30%, Final 40%.

**Exams:** There will be an in class midterm as well as a final,
each respectively accounting for 30% and 40% of the total grade. **The midterm exam will
be on Friday, October 20 in class.** By enrolling in this course, you are attesting to the fact
that you will be available for the exams at these times.

**Help:** The **Math Learning
Center** (MLC) is located in Math Tower S-235, and offers free help
to any student requesting it. It also provides a locale for students wishing
to form study groups. The MLC is open 10am-7pm Monday through Thursday and 10am-2pm on Friday. A list of graduate students available
for hire as private tutors is maintained by the Undergraduate Mathematics Office,
Math Tower P-143.