# Math 419

**Instructor:** Dr. Clayton Shonkwiler

**Time:** Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:00–3:50

**Location:** Engineering E104

**Office:** Weber 206C

**Office Hours:** TBD

**Email Address:** clayton.shonkwiler@colostate.edu

**Text:** *A First Course in Complex Analysis*, by Matthias Beck, Gerald Marchesi, Dennis Pixton, and Lucas Sabalka

**Syllabus**

## Overview

The course provides an introduction to the complex numbers, complex functions, and their connections to different areas of mathematics. This depends on a synthesis of geometric visualization, symbolic and numerical calculation, and rigorous reasoning and communication.

## Final Project Resources

LaTeX distributions:

- Overleaf — Online collaborative TeX editor: no need to install anything!
- TeX Live — Multiplatform TeX distribution
- MacTeX — TeX Live distribution for Mac OS X; includes TeXShop, a very good editor/viewer
- MiKTeX — Alternative Windows TeX distribution

LaTeX help:

- LaTeX Symbols — Glossary of symbols that can be displayed in LaTeX
- DeTeXify — Draw the symbol you want to enter; (hopefully!) get the code for it