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    Compute the integral in each of the following three ways:

    ? Directly, by integrating the function along C.
    ? By finding a primitive and using fundamental theorem of calculus
    ? By integrating the same function along the straight line from -1-i to 1+I and using Cauchy's closed curve theorem.

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    Compute the integral in each of the following three ways:

    • Directly, by integrating the function along C.
    C: From -1-i to 1+i, we have
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    Integration, Primitive and Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Cauchy's Closed Curve Theorem are investigated.

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