This is a simple question, but I don't have a complex analysis book handy to verify, and I'm by no means very familar with complex analysis at all. Are the statements:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1. f(z) is analytic at a point z = z0 iff the cauchy-riemann equations hold in a neighborhood of z0

2. f(z) is analytic at a point z = z0 iff the cauchy-riemann equations hold at z0, and f(z) has continuous partials at z0

valid and equivalent? My gut says yes, but I have the feeling I'm missing something and that perhaps they're not equivalent. Wikipedia seems somewhat vague. Or are they not valid and I'm completely wrong? :)

BTW, this is not a homework question, I am not taking a complex analysis course, this is entirely for myself. Thanks!

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# Simple/trivial question on cauchy-riemann equations

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