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    Hi and how are you.
    How I can use the notion of germs to prove that:
    If the analtyic serie f(z) =sum an(z) is identically zero in the strip: 0<Re(z)<1, then an(z) is also zero for all n. Here an(z) is the general term of the serie f(z).
    Last edited by Plato; August 27th 2012 at 01:54 PM.
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