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Unformatted text preview: ). In other words, plug in f (0), f p (0), and the locations of the zeroes, and verify that the abstract formula at top reduces to the N th order polynomial above. 2. The function 1 / ( z + 1) can be shown to have simple zeroes at z =-1 ,-2 ,-3 , . Use the formula above to derive the Weierstrass representation of 1 / ( z )....
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