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Laurent series expansion of complex functions

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For each of the functions f(z) find the Laurent Series expansion on for the given isolated singularity (specify R). Then classify as an essential singularity, a pole (specify the order), or a removable singularity. Then find

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suppose is an isolated singularity of f, then
is removable the Laurent expansion is a Taylor series - there are no negative powers of in the expansion.
is a pole of order n there are exactly n terms in the Laurent expansion with negative powers of
is an essential singularity there is infinite number of terms in the Laurent expansion with negative powers of

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There are two singularities for this ...

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The solution shows how to expand a complex function to a Laurent series, identify the type of singularity and find the residue.

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