I must calculate where the path is an arbitrary contour between the limits of integration. I simply calculated the integral as if was a real variable in order to get that it's worth . Am I right?
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You can use antiderivatives because the integrand is analytic and single-valued over the contour.
Originally Posted by arbolis I must calculate where the path is an arbitrary contour between the limits of integration. I simply calculated the integral as if was a real variable in order to get that it's worth . Am I right? Yes. The function has an indefinite integral, so all you need to do is to evaluate that at the two ends of the path.
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