I have a question that is as follows,

Let $\displaystyle p(z)=z^{2}-ce^{-z}$ where $\displaystyle 0<c<1$

Use Rouches Theorem to show that if $\displaystyle c<{\frac{1}{e}}$ then there are two zeros of p(z) within the unit circle.

Now i chose $\displaystyle g(z)=z^{2}$ and $\displaystyle h(z)=-ce^{-z}$

and then evaluated these at z=1, as $\displaystyle \left | z \right |=1$ on the boundary of the circle to get,

$\displaystyle \left | h(1) \right |=\left | \frac{-c}{e} \right |=\frac{c}{e}$

$\displaystyle \left | g(1) \right |=\left | 1^{2} \right |=1$

i then said that by rouches theorem, $\displaystyle g(z)+h(z)$ (i.e p(z)) has the same number of zeros as g(z), i.e. 2, if

$\displaystyle \left | h(1) \right |<\left | g(1) \right |$

which leads to me concluding that this is when

$\displaystyle c<e$

Does anyone know what i am doing wrong?