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    why is (x-3)/[(x^2+2x+4)]^2 not able to be expressed in the form, Ax+B/(x^2+2x+4) + Cx+D/[(x^2+2x+4)]^2
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    Quote Originally Posted by tennisplaya999 View Post
    why is (x-3)/[(x^2+2x+4)]^2 not able to be expressed in the form, Ax+B/(x^2+2x+4) + Cx+D/[(x^2+2x+4)]^2
    It's already in that form! A = B = 0. C = 1 and D = -3.
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