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Do you think I should introduce the tutorials as brief explanation to only qualify the reader for Residue theory , or should it be so intensive that it covers everything ?

Feel free to give any suggestions .

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Do you think I should introduce the tutorials as brief explanation to only qualify the reader for Residue theory , or should it be so intensive that it covers everything ?

Feel free to give any suggestions .

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That's my take on it, but I don't have a background in complex analysis at all so keep that in mind.

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I was hoping to make the tutorials as instructive as possible so the reader needn't read any other references . That seems to be working until now as all the topics I already discussed doesn't need any prior knowledge except elementary integration methods. I must be careful when I introduce the subject using contour integration because the topic is very important and there is some analysis involved before rushing to solve the integrals .This is clear from the examples I already gave [1] , [2] . I will try to introduce it differently and give the reader a clear overview of what he needs exactly before continuing threads . There are important theorems in complex analysis that I should explain myself so I make sure that the idea is clear . I will try to make the examples as instructive as possible .

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