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May I ask what is the ramified branching geometry of the algebraic function:

$$w=z^{p/q}(1-z)^{r/s},\quad (p,q,r,s)\in \mathbb{Z}\backslash\{0\}$$

and is it computable in terms of the parameters p,q,r,s? The reason I ask is that it appears to be trivially predictable and I just want to know if that is indeed the case.

Ok thanks,

Jack

$$w=z^{p/q}(1-z)^{r/s},\quad (p,q,r,s)\in \mathbb{Z}\backslash\{0\}$$

and is it computable in terms of the parameters p,q,r,s? The reason I ask is that it appears to be trivially predictable and I just want to know if that is indeed the case.

Ok thanks,

Jack

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