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D Qualifying Examination

Complex analysisFall 2000

**Work all problems. All problems have equal weight. Write the solution to each problem
**

in a separate bluebook.

1. Let

f (z) = z n + a1 z n−1 + · · · + an

be a polynomial with complex coefficients a1 , . . . , an . Let αk be the real part of ak . Suppose

f (z) has n zeros in the upper-half plane Im z > 0. Prove that the polynomial

α(x) = xn + α1 xn−1 + · · · + αn

has n distinct real roots.

**2. Let D be the open unit disk and let f : D → C be an odd univalent function. (That
**

is, f (−z) = −f (z) and f is one-one.) Show that there is a univalent analytic function

g : D → C such that p

f (z) = g(z 2 ).

**3. Let Ω be the region −1 < Re(z) < 1 and let F be the collection of all analytic functions
**

f (z) defined on Ω such that f (0) = 0 and |f (z)| < 1 for all z ∈ Ω. Find

º¬ ² ³¬»

¬ 1 ¬¬

sup ¬¬f .

f ∈F 2 ¬

4. Define Z ∞

2

F (z) = xz−1 e−x dx

0

for Re(z) > 0.

(a) Prove that F is an analytic function on the region Re(z) > 0.

(b) Prove that F extends to a meromorphic function on the whole complex plane.

(c) Find all poles of F and find the singular parts of F at these poles.

5. Calculate the following integral:

Z ∞

cos x − 1

dx.

0 x2

**6. Let Ω be a connected open subset of C.
**

(a) Let h(z) be a non-trivial analytic function defined on Ω. Let {an }n≥1 be all the

(distinct) zeros of h(z) and let {cn }n≥1 be a sequence of complex numbers. Show

1

that there is an analytic function H(z) defined on Ω such that H(an ) = cn for all n. 2 . Assume that both f (z) and g(z) have only simple zeros. and let {Pk (z)} be a sequence of polynomials without constant terms. Then there are meromorphic functions φ defined on Ω such that the poles of φ are the points 1 {bk } and such that (for each k) the singular part of φ at z = bk is Pk ( z−b k ). (b) Let f (z) and g(z) be two analytic functions defined on Ω with no common zeros in Ω. Hint: One possible approach to (a) is to apply the Mittag-Leffler Theorem for the domain Ω. Prove that there are analytic functions F (z) and G(z) defined on Ω such that over Ω. f (z) Mittag-Leffler Theorem: Let {bk } be a sequence of distinct points in Ω without limit points in Ω. consider 1 − G(z)g(z) F (z) = . F (z)f (z) + G(z)g(z) = 1. See below for the exact statement of the theorem. For (b).

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