My first of four re-sit exams is on Friday at 9am.

It's Maths, or more precisely, "**MAT3806 - Optimisation and Functions of a Complex Variable & Numerical Analysis II**".

*sigh*

Anyway I hit the maths books over the weekend - an exercise in frustration once I reached a certain point. Wah. I'm going to try another approach - use the paper I failed as a guide, and just look the stuff up on the Net, one question at a time.

So just now I went through the paper and I'm about to start highlighting the key words to start inputting into **Google**. But I come across sentences like this and feel like weeping...

State the*meep*Cauchy-Goursat theoremand use it to prove that ifaandbare any two points in a simply connected regionRand iff: C -> C is analytic throughoutR, then the integration off (z) dzoveraandbis independent of the choice of contour contained wholly withinRand joiningaandb.

Well surprisingly enough I think I studied this or something similar this afternoon, in **Further Mathematics**, but it looks so much more intimitating when put that way...

Getting that question right, by the way, would be worth 10% of the grade. The exam paper is 100% of the grade, with 6 questions to choose 4. I need 45% to pass.

Once again, *meep*

thank you for share!

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