Q: . Express in partial fractions.
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I can't seem to get the partial fraction right. If possibe, can someone help me with this question for me. Thanks. .
Splitting into partial fractions:
So, multiplying both sides by we have:
(multiplied it out)
(grouped)
If we write the left hand side as a quadratic:
We can equate the coefficients to see that:
So this should be an easy system to solve for and you should be on your way.
Edit: Ok a little too late lol xD.
helped, since it's located in the denominator. Then I thought in after subtraction I saw that I was doing worked out, besides it's the difference of perfect squares. Finally by seeing the in the denominator I could make it.
I'm sorry if this explanation looks terrible, but it's pretty hard to explain what I did in a couple of seconds.