How might one evaluate an integral equation like the following:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I = lim k-> 0+ {ClosedContourIntegral around y [1/(z^2 + k^2)]}, where the contour y is a simple, closed, and positively oriented curve that encloses the simple pole at z = i*K?

Is it possible to evaluate integrals of this form?

Inquisitively,

Edwin

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# How might one evaluate a contour integral like

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