Complex Integral Residue Theorem

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I have attached a pdf of my problem and attempted solution. I seem to be a factor of f'(z) out from the required solution, can anyone see where I've gone wrong?
 

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Dick
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Yes, shouldn't the expression you are taking the limit of to get the residue be (t-z)*t*f'(t)/(f(t)-w)?
 
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Ahh yeah crap, I was thinking f(t)-w would cancel as usual when taking a residue of a simple pole but it's f(t) not t. Cheers.
 

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