It should be .
I don't know what are you doing here. We have:The residue at is:
Regards.
Fernando Revilla
Need help to complete the following integral using the residue theorem:
The residue at is:
(1)
The residue at is:
(2)
(3)
How do I simplify (3)? DO I take the real part of the expression (3)? In that case how do I do that?
I appriciate any guidance.
Thank you
It should be .
I don't know what are you doing here. We have:The residue at is:
Regards.
Fernando Revilla
Thank you for the correction.
I initially used the following:I don't know what are you doing here.
there has a single solution . But I realized that I can't apply this since there are two possible solutions in the north region and .
Can you please clarify and generalize this rule for this kind of problem ( which theorem etc...)We have:
(4)
(5)
(6)
Is the answer correct?
Thank you
Kind regards
We only use the decomposition of :
Completely correct.Is the answer correct?
Regards.
Fernando Revilla