 Let P Be The Remainder When C Is Divided By 3 If You Expand Into A Laurent Series Valid For 12 1 Then The Coefficient 1 (71.19 KiB) Viewed 188 times
Let p be the remainder when c is divided by 3. If you expand into a Laurent series valid for 12 <1, then the coefficient

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Let p be the remainder when c is divided by 3. If you expand into a Laurent series valid for 12 <1, then the coefficient
question. Find the closest integer to 12.
Let p be the remainder when c is divided by 3. If you expand into a Laurent series valid for 12 <1, then the coefficient (1+z)(3+2) of zp+3 is r. What is the closest integer to 1000r? Your answer Problem 8. (2 points) 6.9 a+22 1 + x4 Consider the improper integral 12 da. By inspection of the integrand, we see that the corresponding complex valued function f(2)= has two poles in the upper half plane at z1 = ei and z2 = e**. If Rį and Ry are the residues at 21 and 22 respectively, then find the closest integer to 2 i(R1 + R2) a + z2 1+24 Your answer Problem 9. Refer back to the last