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March 16th, 2009, 11:57 AM   #1
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Cauchy Expressions

Could anyone advise me how to evaluate the following expression:

Integral Log(z+2)/(z-i)^0 dz along the contour C={zz+1|=2}

I'm assuming that the (z-i)^0 is there to confuse - i.e. is it simply 1 and that the expression is really Log(z+2) dz ? Am I correct in this assumption?
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