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'''{{w|Cauchy's integral formula|Cauchy's Formula}}'''
 
'''{{w|Cauchy's integral formula|Cauchy's Formula}}'''
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Cauchy's Integral formula is a result in complex analysis that relates the value of a contour integral in the complex plane to properties of the singularities in the interior of the contour.  It is often used to compute integrals on the real line by extending the path of the integral from the real line into the complex plane to apply the formula, then proving that the integral from the parts of the contour not on the real line has value zero.
 
  
 
'''{{w|Partial_fraction_decomposition#Application_to_symbolic_integration|Partial Fractions}}'''
 
'''{{w|Partial_fraction_decomposition#Application_to_symbolic_integration|Partial Fractions}}'''

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