How many zeros inside the unit disk does the following function have?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

f(z) = 3 z^621 - e^z. (in words, three times z to the power 621 minus e^z :)

...argument principle answers this question, but I have a problem evaluating the integral of

f'(z)/f(z).

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# How many zeros inside the disk?

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