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able to reason validly

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using or subjected to a methodology using algebra and calculus

using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles)

expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection

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of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience

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LIU, Modified Roper-Suffridge operator for some holomorphic mappings, Front.
Skrypnik, "On holomorphic solutions of the Darwin equations of motion of point charges," Ukrainian Mathematical Journal, vol.
(Idea of the proof) by the standard holomorphic coordinate changes, r(w) has the Taylor series expansion as in (8).
We denote the Smirnov class by [N.sub.*](U), which consists of all holomorphic functions f on U such that log(1 + [absolute value of (f(z))]) [less than or equal to] Q[[phi]](z) (z [member of] U) for some [phi] [member of] [L.sup.1](T), [phi] [greater than or equal to] 0, where the right side denotes the Poisson integral of [phi] on U.
Holland and Walsh [7] characterized holomorphic Bloch space in D in terms of weighted Euclidian Lipschitz functions of indices (1/2,1/2).
in [epsilon] with coefficients [a.sub.i](z) in the ring O(r) of holomorphic functions on [D.sub.r], continuous in its closure, satisfying
Shafikov, "Analytic continuation of holomorphic mappings from nonminimal hypersurfaces," Indiana University Mathematics Journal, vol.
where a tangent space index A = 1, ..., 6 has been split into a holomorphic index i = 1,2,3 and an antiholomorphic index [bar.i] = 1,2,3.
If f: D \ E c O is holomorphic and bounded, then f has a unique holomorphic extension to D.
Consider the holomorphic function F(z) := [??](z) - z defined on [B.sub.[delta]].
If P (or F) is parallel, then the holomorphic distribution H is intergrable.
On [R.sup.2], a 1-quasiconformal mapping is holomorphic or antiholomorphic.
If D is a non-empty simply connected open subset of the complex plane C which is not all of C, then there exists a biholomorphic (bijective and holomorphic) mapping f from D onto the open unit disk U = {z [member of] C :[absolute value of z] <1} (Krantz, 1999, Section 6.4.3, p.
Let [A.sup.*.sub.n[zeta]] = {f [member of] H(U x [bar.U]), f(z, [zeta]) = z + [a.sub.n+1]([zeta])[z.sup.n+1] + ***, z [member of] U, [zeta] [member of] [bar.U]}, with [A.sup.*.sub.1[zeta]] = [A.sup.*.sub.[zeta]], where [a.sub.k]([zeta]) are holomorphic functions in [bar.U] for k [greater than or equal to] 2, and
with holomorphic coefficients [a.sub.k] (t, z) on some domain D [subset] C with respect to t and near the origin in C with respect to z.