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  • Problem 4.34

    [4.34] Use the Cauchy Integral Formula(Theorem 4.30) to evaluate the integral in Exercise 4.33 when r=3.

    Consider the integral \[\int_{c[0,3]} \frac{1}{z^2-2z-8}dz=\int_{c[0,3]} \frac{dz}{(z+2)(z-4)}.\] Notice the function \(f(z)=\frac{1}{z-4}\) is holomorphic in \(\mathbb{C}\)\(\setminus\left\{4\right\}\) which contains \(D\overline [-2,3]\). Thus, we can apply the Cauchy Integral Formula(Theorem 4.30): \[\begin{aligned} \frac{1}{2\pi i}\int_{c[-2,3]}\frac{\frac{1}{z-4}}{z+2}dz\\ =2\pi i f(-2)\\ =2\pi i (-\frac{1}{6})\\ = \frac{-\pi i}{3}\\\end{aligned}\] Hence, \[\int_{c[-2,3]} \frac{dz}{z^2-2z-8}=\frac{-\pi i}{3}\] By Theorem 4.23 (Cauchy’s Theorem): if f is holomorphic in \(\mathbb{C}\setminus\left\{-2\right\}\) and \(C[0,3] \sim\mathbb{C}\setminus\left\{-2\right\} C[-2,3]\) then \[\int_{c[0,3]}\frac{dz}{z^2-2z-8}= \int_{c[-2,3]}\frac{dz}{z^2-2z-8}\] Therefore,\[\int_{c[0,3]}\frac{dz}{z^2-2z-8}=\frac{-\pi i}{3}\]

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