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I think singularities are: $0,\infty$ and zeroes of denominators. We have $e^{\frac{1}{z}}=3$ for $z=(log(3)+2k\pi i)^{-1}$. I think $0$ is essential, $\infty$ a simple pole and zeroes of denominator are simple poles.

How can i prove this facts, and how to compute residues?