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    Let G be a region and suppose that f:G->C (C here is complex plane)is analytic and a in G such that |f(a)|=<|f(z)| for all z in G. Show that either f(a) = 0 or f is constant.

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    Let G be a region and suppose that f:G->C (C here is complex plane)is analytic and a in G such that |f(a)|=<|f(z)| for all z in G.
    Show that either f(a) = 0 or f is constant.

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    Proof:

    If f(a)=0, we are done.
    If f(a)<>0 ("<>" means not equal to), then we set g(z)=1/f(z). Because ...

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    Analytic functions and complex integration are investigated.

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