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Bonus: The function p(z)=[z(z+1)]^-1 can be written in two different ways:

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These two expansions are contradictory. The first seems to indicate that p(z) has a simple pole at z=0 and the residue is zero. Can you resolve this apparent contradiction? Which statement is correct? (Hint: Try to determine the region in which each expression is valid.)

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