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    Complex Analysis / Singularities : Now, prove that a function f has an essential singularity at z = a iff neither of the above holds for any real number s.

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    One can classify isolated singularities by examining the equations:

    lim (z -> a) |z - a|^s |f(z)| = 0

    lim(z -> a) |z - a|^s |f(z)| = infinity

    Now, prove that a function f has an essential singularity at z = a iff neither of the above holds for any real number s.

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    complex analysis/ singularities.
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    One can classify isolated singularities by examining the equations:

    lim (z -> a) |z - a|^s |f(z)| = 0

    lim(z -> a) |z - a|^s |f(z)| = ...

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