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[tex]\int_C[/tex] dz/1-z when C is a line segment from 1/2 to [tex]\sqrt{3i}[/tex].

I know that in the complement of the negative real axis, log(z) gives an anti-derivative of 1/z.

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# Log(z) gives an anti-derivative of 1/z

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