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    Analytic Functions

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    Let f:from C to C be analytic. Define g:from C to C by g(x)= ~(f(~z))^2. Show that g is analytic.
    (Note: "~" here represents an over-bar., i.e., one over the whole set of parentheses and the other just over letter "z" ).

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