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    contour integration

    Evaluate by contour integration

    F (x)= 1/(x^2-x^3)^(1/3)
    Limit is from 0 to 1..
    How to solve this...i didn't find anywhere this solution...please help!!
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    Re: contour integration

    What is the contour you are integrating over?
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    Re: contour integration

    They haven't mentioned. ..but in other questions they are using circle..
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    Re: contour integration

    Sorry but without a contour to integrate over, this question is meaningless...
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    Re: contour integration

    If we take contour as circle then it is possible or not..
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