The degree of the denominator has always to be greater (one degree) then the degree of the numerator, in this case you can write:
Therefore:
and
And so
And so
Hi
Can you tell me if i am correct here?
thanks yet again
John
Using partial fractions Integrate
Step 1:
Multiply both sides by gives;
Step 2:
Make
gives;
Step 3:
Make
gives;
Step 4:
Substitute into equation (1) for A & B
Step 5:
now integrate the separate terms;
Step 6:
Step 7:
Step 8:
Step 9:
Step 10:
Step 11:
thanks Siron
I am a bit lost here?
My book does not cover this at all!!
Can you elaborate on "The degree of the denominator has always to be greater (one degree) then the degree of the numerator"
Where is the
apologies if the is easy but i am lost
appreciate the help if you have the time to explain it?
John