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    ntegration of Functions that are the Derivatives of Analytic Functions

    Use Theorem 6 to evaluate the integral along the curve .




    Theorem 6: (Integration of Functions that are the Derivatives of Analytic Functions)
    Let F(z) be analytic in a domain D, Let dF/dz = f(z) in D. Then, if z1 and z2 are in D, , where the integration can be performed along any contour in D that connects z1 and z2.
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    Use F(z) = \sinh (e^z).
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