Read the Procedure here:
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Find A,B,C and D.
How do you do partial fractions if the denominator has 2nd degree terms (I know the basic method)?
My textbook says:
Using partial fractions we get
Since I have to check every single thing my textbook says (it's in my genes or something):
Comparing numerator's coefficients implies that:
and therefore:
which is quite clearly wrong.
What'd I do wrong? How do I get an s term in the numerator?
Thanks.
Read the Procedure here:
Partial fraction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Find A,B,C and D.