I need a little help with this problem:
8/(y^3-4y).
The book says the answer is -2/y+1/(y-2)+1/y+2 but I'm not following how they got that answer.
I have a feeling my main problem is that my algebra is rusty .
I need a little help with this problem:
8/(y^3-4y).
The book says the answer is -2/y+1/(y-2)+1/y+2 but I'm not following how they got that answer.
I have a feeling my main problem is that my algebra is rusty .
I need a little help with this problem:
8/(y^3-4y).
The book says the answer is -2/y+1/(y-2)+1/y+2 but I'm not following how they got that answer.
I have a feeling my main problem is that my algebra is rusty .