ok now i tried to determine the power of the pole
i did
g(x)=1/f(x)
where x=0
and i got that g'(0)=0/0 which means that its not a first order pole
actualyy i should get zero but i got 0/0
??
ok now i tried to determine the power of the pole
i did
g(x)=1/f(x)
where x=0
and i got that g'(0)=0/0 which means that its not a first order pole
actualyy i should get zero but i got 0/0
??
Post #2 has given you a big hint.
The singularity of at z = 0 is a simple pole. Do what post #2 said to see why.