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Cauchy's integral theorem

Liouville's Theorem

Taylor's Theorem

Morera's Theorem

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Let's say you have a function like g(z) = f(z)/z

And you know that f(z) is entire. But, then you find out that

[tex]\displaystyle\oint_{c} g(w) dw =0[/tex]

c is a closed curve

that implies that g(z) is analytic in the region where this occurs, the region includes zero. But, how could g(z) be analytic? there is some kind of singularity at z=0. Could it just be removable? I'm not happy with this.

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# Homework Help: Please help w/ entire functions

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