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Please refer to attached material.
For the first question, I have tried looking at examples and have noted that the bounds have been provided in a manner:
like z=1 (as given in part ii)
I am not sure how to get transform the given zpi=pi in such a format, although i suspect it would be something like z=2pi ?
Where do I go from here?
for part ii) i don't understand how to treat the z^m term. does this imply that z^m is a series expansion, or is it trying to say m is a positive integer?
How do I solve this equation?
Many thanks in advanced MHB, you are more help than my professors at uni! (and mathhelpforum, )
(as per forum rules, i've cross posted this question elsewhere: Residue theorem)
For the first question, I have tried looking at examples and have noted that the bounds have been provided in a manner:
like z=1 (as given in part ii)
I am not sure how to get transform the given zpi=pi in such a format, although i suspect it would be something like z=2pi ?
Where do I go from here?
for part ii) i don't understand how to treat the z^m term. does this imply that z^m is a series expansion, or is it trying to say m is a positive integer?
How do I solve this equation?
Many thanks in advanced MHB, you are more help than my professors at uni! (and mathhelpforum, )
(as per forum rules, i've cross posted this question elsewhere: Residue theorem)
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