If f is a non-zero analytic function on the open annulus A= {z in ; 1<|z|<2}, how can I prove that there exists an integer m such that for all r . 1<r<2, 1/ i _{|z|=r} f '(z)/f(z) dz =m ?
If f is a non-zero analytic function on the open annulus A= {z in ; 1<|z|<2}, how can I prove that there exists an integer m such that for all r . 1<r<2, 1/ i _{|z|=r} f '(z)/f(z) dz =m ?
Thanks.
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