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Well, I've just started this year with Complex Analysis (we're using "Complex Variables and Applications" 8th ed by Brown and Churchill) and as I'm going through some assignment questions, I noticed that one of the questions states:

"Is g analytic at any point of C (as opposed to differentiable)? Justify your answer."

Does this make any sense?

My understanding of complex analytic functions is that they are functions that are everywhere differentiable so how can one have analyticity (is that actually a word?)as opposed todifferentiablility seeing that (to my understanding) the two are inseparable?

I'd appreciate any further explanation/links (other than Wikipedia, I've been there thanks! ).

phyz

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# (Complex) Analytic as opposed to Differentiable

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