C Crabby89p13 Dec 2019 1 0 India Dec 10, 2019 #1 Solve the Integral with Residue Theorem. Attachments IMG_20191211_094354.jpg 5.3 KB Views: 9
idontknow Dec 2015 941 122 Earth Dec 10, 2019 #2 \(\displaystyle \sin(\phi)=\frac{1}{2i}(z-\frac{1}{z}) \; , \: z=e^{i\phi } \).
S SDK Sep 2016 708 475 USA Dec 11, 2019 #3 Crabby89p13 said: Solve the Integral with Residue Theorem. Click to expand... What have you done so far? Have you found the poles of the integrand? What are they? What does the residue theorem say about the relationship between this integral and the poles?
Crabby89p13 said: Solve the Integral with Residue Theorem. Click to expand... What have you done so far? Have you found the poles of the integrand? What are they? What does the residue theorem say about the relationship between this integral and the poles?