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I was wondering if anyone is familiar with the converse to Rouche's Theorem published in a paper titled "A Converse to Rouche's Theorem," in American Mathematcal Monthly, Vol. 89, No. 5 (May, 1982), pp. 302-305 by David Challener and Lee Rubel?

Inquisitively,

Edwin

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# Is anyone familiar with Converse to Rouche's Theorem?

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