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Evaluate using Cauchy’s Integral Formulae, where C is a square with sides of length 4 centred at the origin: integral: cos(z)/(z-1)^4

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    haha, now youre doing math!!!

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    whats the cauchy integral formula, is it with the line integral business

  3. anonymous
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    its the integral f(z)/z-w where you choose f(z) and w

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    I'm not sure what to choose as f(z), w=1 as there is a singularity at 1

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    right, a pole one sec

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    what class is this?

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    2nd year undergrad maths :P

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    wow

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    in america?

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    nope...uk

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    ahh

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    you know how to figure it out?

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    no

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    This is complex analysis. I know how to figure it out, but I'm currently busy at the moment.

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    hanky, where i can learn complex analysis

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    without all the formal rigorous stuff. an intuitive approach

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    Hmm... I can't really say. There are a few textbooks out there that'll teach you theory... you could just look through them and figure out the computational part of it.

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