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Math Help - integrate x^z/z dz from c-i∞ to c+i∞

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    integrate is fundamentaly anticlockwise?

    i think.
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    Re: integrate is fundamentaly anticlockwise?

    Quote Originally Posted by ilbanhwa View Post
    i think.
    Post your question clearly in the content area of the post ... not in the title.
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    Re: integrate is fundamentaly anticlockwise?

    thanks,
    integrate x^z/z dz from c-i∞ to c+i∞-png.png
    constant c is c>1
    this integral is shown in mangoldt's explicit formula proof.
    i cant make the image the larger.
    integral from c-i∞ to c+i∞ (e^(sx))/s ds is the image.

    see link:[SOLVED] Von-Mangoldt Explicit Formula
    i couldnt understand 1/2 if x=0
    i think that must be∮ 1/x dx=2ipi
    why?
    integral (e^-x)/x is why 0?

    that so difficult to me
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