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Unformatted text preview: Homework 9 Stephen Taylor May 20, 2005 Pages 74 75 : 5. Give the power series expansion of log z about z = i and find its radius of convergence. Letting f ( z ) = log z we find that its nth derivative is given by f ( n ) ( z ) = ( 1) n 1 ( n 1)! z n Using the standard Taylor series formula, we find f ( x ) has representation f ( z ) = log( i ) + X n =1 ( 1) n 1 i n +1 n ( z i ) n We note the radius of convergence of this series is 1 due to the singularity at the origin. This fact may also be verified by using the ratio test. 7. Evaluate the following (a) Z e iz z 2 dz, ( t ) = e it , t 2 By Corollary (2.13) this integral has the value 2 if (0) where f ( z ) = e iz . So we find the value of the integral to be 2 . (b) Z dz z a , ( t ) = a + re it , t 2 By Proposition (2.6) we find the value of this integral to be 2 if ( a ) where f 1. So the value of the integral is 2 i ....
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