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    Quote Originally Posted by dwsmith View Post
    Complex Numbers?
    The most experience I've had with them in class is the naming of them. Would you take complex analysis after calc, number theory and diff eq?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eulcer View Post
    The most experience I've had with them in class is the naming of them. Would you take complex analysis after calc, number theory and diff eq?
    The requirements at my school are Calc 3 and a proof writing class. This for the undergraduate level.
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    Alright. I noticed you're from FL as well, where are you going to school?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eulcer View Post
    Alright. I noticed you're from FL as well, where are you going to school?
    I go to the University of Tampa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eulcer View Post
    The most experience I've had with them in class is the naming of them. Would you take complex analysis after calc, number theory and diff eq?
    I don't really know what you're questions asking, but assuming you're asking "when" you take complex analysis the answer varies. Theoretical complex analysis is usually taught at a graduate level, usually on the very vague magnitude that if 504 and 505 are the basic grad analysis courses (not measure theory or functional, just basic mathematical analysis) then 601 and 602 are the graduate complex analysis courses. That said, the kind of complex analysis you're probably mentioning is easily accessible right after multivariate calculus if one just accepts the theorems (maybe PDEs and vector calc would help though).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwsmith View Post
    I go to the University of Tampa.
    You like it there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwsmith View Post
    I go to the University of Tampa.
    As off-topic and random as this might be, I always thought you were Australian for some reason, haha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCoffeeMachine View Post
    As off-topic and random as this might be, I always thought you were Australian for some reason, haha!
    Haha, not Australian. My mom is American and father 1/2 American and 1/2 British.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drexel28 View Post
    I don't really know what you're questions asking, but assuming you're asking "when" you take complex analysis the answer varies. Theoretical complex analysis is usually taught at a graduate level, usually on the very vague magnitude that if 504 and 505 are the basic grad analysis courses (not measure theory or functional, just basic mathematical analysis) then 601 and 602 are the graduate complex analysis courses. That said, the kind of complex analysis you're probably mentioning is easily accessible right after multivariate calculus if one just accepts the theorems (maybe PDEs and vector calc would help though).
    I'm assuming one would cover the material you guys presented in a complex analysis class earlier than other classes and I was wondering what the avg. pre-reqs were. So, that's what I was asking.
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    Well, thanks for the direction.
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    From what I can see, the question is "solved". This thread is starting to derail a bit, so I think its time to close the thread.

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