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let f and g be conformal analytic functions with the range of f a subset of the domain of g. Show that the composition g(f(z)) is also conformal.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

Well I know that if the function is conformal it is 1-1, analytic, and its derivative is non zero. So i'm thinking that I would need to show that since f'(z)≠0 and g'(z)≠0 then (g(f(z))'≠0 and then show that since f and g are analytic, g(f(z)) is also analytic. Then the composition will be both analytic and its derivative will not be zero so it will be conformal. Am I working in the right direction?

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# Homework Help: Composing functions that are conformal

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