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    Help with proof.

    Can somebody help me with the attached question please?

    I have managed to prove the first part of the question. I'm now stuck on how to proceed with the rest of the question.

    Thanks in advance.
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    For part (ii), can I estimate the integrand on the horizontal segment gamma(1), by estimating the numerator and denominator of f(z) separately?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cairo View Post
    Can somebody help me with the attached question please?

    I have managed to prove the first part of the question. I'm now stuck on how to proceed with the rest of the question.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Your question presents in such a way as to suggest that it falls in this category. Thread closed.

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