find the values of A,B and C such that i see that it is repeated linear, but the x^2+4 is confusing me.
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"repeated linear" -?? I've never heard of that. Multiply by the LCD to get Now equate coefficients.
Originally Posted by TheChaz "repeated linear" -?? I've never heard of that. Multiply by the LCD to get ... Equate the numerators in FernandoRevilla's equation, and the result is exactly what you have in the above quote from your post.
True, though I'm not sure I get your point. Expressing the terms with a common denominator and determining what's left after multiplying by the LCD are procedurally almost identical...
Originally Posted by TheChaz True, though I'm not sure I get your point. Expressing the terms with a common denominator and determining what's left after multiplying by the LCD are procedurally almost identical... Sorry about that Chaz. I didn't look at OP closely enough & thought that somehow you were referring to FernandoRevilla's Post.
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