we recently started integrals over the complex plane, in complex analysis. But, im confused on the iterpretation of some of it. From what i've heard/understand, there Is no geometrical interpretation of a complex integral. Why is this? Also, why is it 'illegal' to do an indefinate integral. What's the difference between doing that, and an antiderivative?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Couple questions about complex integrals

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