integral Cauchy theorem
I dont understand the cauchy theorem.
I have this problem and I would like to have some help for it.
The question is:
Use the Cauchy Integral Theorem to prove that:
When I read the documentation on it , it is told to have a close surface . but here it is not specify...Or I just don't get it.
Thank you for your help.
Thank you. I will try that now!!
Thank you ThePerfectHacker!
Would you like me do explain what I mean by "error" and why it goes to zero if you do not understand? (I was just sick yesterday and it was hard for me to respond fully).
Originally Posted by braddy
Yes please explain me this point,
I have not noticed the "error" before and I was about to ask you this question. I was suscpecting a term with a e^(-R* "something") that lead to zero when R-> inf. but I couls not find it!
I am just delving into CA and don't want to appear anal, but I believe PH means:
This can be broken into two integrals, giving: