I have this and I have to rewrite this to partial fraction decomposition. like this?
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Originally Posted by Anemori I have this and I have to rewrite this to partial fraction decomposition. like this? is not factorable ... why do you need to perform the partial fraction decomposition?
Originally Posted by skeeter is not factorable ... why do you need to perform the partial fraction decomposition? I have this problem: Consider Then, a.) Rewrite using partial decomposition. b.) Using a.) to help show the
Originally Posted by Anemori I have this problem: Consider Then, a.) Rewrite using partial decomposition. b.) Using a.) to help show the you need to check the problem statement again ...
Originally Posted by skeeter you need to check the problem statement again ... That is what it says in the problem...
Originally Posted by Anemori That is what it says in the problem... the problem statement is wrong. this sum is true ...
Originally Posted by skeeter the problem statement is wrong. this sum is true ... I see thanks... did you use telescoping series? still having problem rewriting it to partial fraction decomposition...
Originally Posted by Anemori I see thanks... did you use telescoping series? still having problem rewriting it to partial fraction decomposition... yes let ... let ...
Originally Posted by skeeter yes let ... let ... I'm sorry i got wrong equation. but it should be the same... its i look it up and it was the same... thanks!
Last edited by Anemori; May 9th 2010 at 04:44 PM. Reason: wrong equation
Originally Posted by Anemori I'm sorry i got wrong equation. but it should be the same... its i look it up and it was the same... thanks! ... and you are very welcome.
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