Find all poles of and state the order of the poles. Do I need to do a full Laurent expansion of this? Or is there an easier way? EDIT: I guess it seems to have a pole of order 1 at ?
Last edited by scorpion007; May 16th 2010 at 08:55 PM.
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Originally Posted by scorpion007 Find all poles of and state the order of the poles. Do I need to do a full Laurent expansion of this? Or is there an easier way? EDIT: I guess it seems to have a pole of order 1 at ? I would agree with your edited answer.
I worked on this a bit more and found 3 unique poles by solving and DeMoivre's theorem. Thanks anyhow.
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