Let and be Polynomials of Degrees and with
Coefficients , ..., and , ..., . Take the contour in the upper half-plane, replace by ,
Since this must hold separately for Real and Imaginary Parts, this result can be
See also Cauchy Integral Formula, Cauchy Integral Theorem, Inside-Outside Theorem, Jordan's Lemma, Residue (Complex Analysis), Sine Integral
Morse, P. M. and Feshbach, H. Methods of Theoretical Physics, Part I. New York: McGraw-Hill,
pp. 353-356, 1953.
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