Hello,
For the 1st one, I don't see where partial fractions are...
For the second one, is it ? What do you want exactly?
i know this really isnt calculus. but we are doing intergration and are running into problems like this...
Using partial fractions can someone show me how you would solve this please?
And also when dividing functions i really forgot how to do it.. can sum1 show me the work/how they would divide this please?
Is it 10 or 10x² in the LHS ?
So let's suppose that your equations are correct...
To find the values for A, B and C, use substitutions !
From the second equation, you have B=C.
From the first equation : A=10-B.
Replacing in the third equation : 9A-C=9(10-B)-B=90-10B=0
Hence, B=...
Here's a link on how to do long division: Polynomial Long Division
As for your example, try to see if you can link this to what they have:
Put the remainder 4 on top of the divisor and we have: