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Properties. Every **entire function** f(z) can be represented as a power series. that converges everywhere in the complex plane, hence uniformly on compact sets.

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**Entire Function**. If a complex function is analytic at all finite points of the complex plane, then it is said to be entire, sometimes also called "integral" (Knopp ...

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noun, Mathematics. 1. a function of a complex variable that has a derivative for all finite values of the variable.

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**entire function** [en¦tīr ¦fəŋk·shən] (mathematics) A function of a complex variable which is analytic throughout the entire complex plane.

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Are the only entire analytic functions polynomials in both x and exp(x)? njh 02:06, 23 Jun 2005 (UTC) No. Any function of the form with an infinite radius of ...

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The most basic property of an **entire function** which comes from the very basic definition of the **entire function** is that each and every **entire function** can be ...

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**Analytic and Entire Functions** Mercedes Lueck March 4, 2004 Contents 1 What is a Complex Function? 1 2 Limits and Continuity of Complex Functions 2