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Section 6.4 The Fundamental Theorems of Integration

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Let f; be analytic in the simply connected domain D;. The theorems in this section show that an antiderivative F; can be constructed by contour integration. A consequence will be the fact that in a simply connected domain, the integral of an analytic function f; along any contour joining z[0]; to z[1]; is the same, and its value is given by F(z[1])-F(z[0]). Because of this, we will be able to use the antiderivative formulas from Calculus to compute the value of definite integrals.

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Publish Date: October 01, 2003
Created In: Maple V
Language: English

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