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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have to evaluate this line integral in the complex plane by direct integration, not using Cauchy's integral theorems, although if I see if a theorem applies, I can use it to check.

[tex]\int (z^2 - z) dz[/tex]

between i + 1 and 0

a) along the line y=x

b) along the broken line x=0 from 0 to 1, and then y=i, from 0 to i

I really have no idea how to tackle this

[tex]\int (z^2 - z) dz[/tex]

between i + 1 and 0

a) along the line y=x

b) along the broken line x=0 from 0 to 1, and then y=i, from 0 to i

I really have no idea how to tackle this