I need to break down 10/(((w^2)+100)((w^2)+4)) into (A/((w^2)+100))+(B/((w^2)+4)) form. I am completely drawing a blank, any help would be great thanks.
I need to break down 10/(((w^2)+100)((w^2)+4)) into (A/((w^2)+100))+(B/((w^2)+4)) form. I am completely drawing a blank, any help would be great thanks.
Fourier Transforms you can do, but partial fractions you cannot .
The mistake you are making is the the denominator is a quadradic not a linear polynomial.