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Find f(infinity) for the complex function:
1/z+3

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  1. is that 1/z + 3 or 1/(z+3) ?

    Take a look at

    https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1792628/complex-variable-limit-at-infinity

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  2. 1/(z+3)

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