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I am trying to understand calculating residues.

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=residue+of+1/(z^2+4)^2+at+z=2i

How is that answer determined? I mean (2i)^2=-4 and hence denominator is 0...?

Thanks

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# Complex Analysis Residue Query

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