I am going to provide my answer to a complex integral and i was just seeking a few pointers as to weather i was on the right track or was there something i completely forgot...happens quite a bit...lol(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]\oint exp(z+(1/z))[/tex] around the path [tex]\left |z|\right=1[/tex]

now i converted that to a Laurent series....to get

[tex]\sum ^{inf} _{0} (1/n!) (z+(1/z))^n [/tex]

then using the residue theorem i can have that the integral is equal to 2*pi*i given that b1=1 for taking the series around z=0

am i right???

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# Checking my values for a complex integral

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