laurent series for square root of square root

by jackmell
Tags: laurent, root, series, square
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Apr24-10, 11:37 AM
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Hello. Can someone tell me if it's possible to find the (4) laurent series for sqrt(1-sqrt(z^2-1)) in the range 1<|z|<sqrt(2) without using the integral definitions? Or is is possible to just find an expression for the residue?

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