What Is a Diagonal Integration?

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Diagonal integration is a process where firms use various information technologies to combine services logically, for greatest profit-ability and best productivity. This process links services such as financial services, travel and insurance in such a way that important synergies are achieved from this integration.
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1) The integrand has singularity at z = πai/4, which is a double pole. This is inside C, because Im(πai/4) = πa/4 < πR/4 < R. So, Cauchy's Integral Theorem yields.
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