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    Showing not analytic problem

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    Show that f(z) = z^2*z(bar) is not analytic anywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Porter1 View Post
    Need help with this:

    Show that f(z) = z^2*z(bar) is not analytic anywhere.
    Substitute z = x + iy then use the Cauchy-Riemann relations. (Although it's simpler to use, if you know it, the corresponding C-R relation for when you have a function of z and \overline{z}).
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