1. Evaluate . I know , . So . I use substitution, letting , then I get . Is this okay? I don't know how else to do this... 2. Let . Evaluate , where (i) , (ii) [tex] , (3) . Can I get some help with this?
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Originally Posted by dori1123 1. Evaluate . I know , . So . I use substitution, letting , then I get . Is this okay? I don't know how else to do this... 2. Let . Evaluate , where (i) , (ii) [tex] , (3) . Can I get some help with this? Are you familiar with the residue theorem?
Originally Posted by chiph588@ Are you familiar with the residue theorem? No. Do I have to use that to do my work?
Originally Posted by dori1123 No. Do I have to use that to do my work? Residue theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia You don't need it for this problem, but it's an extremely useful theorem. I'm pretty sure your answer is correct.
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