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Analytic Functions; Harmonic Functions; Laplace's Equation

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5. Let the function ... be analytic in a domain D that does not include the origin ...

13. ... state why the functions ... are harmonic in D and why ... is in face, a harmonic conjugate

11. ... Why must this satisfy Laplace's equation?

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