Can someone give me a hint as to the best way to attack this one? I am not sure what to do with the top. Do I need to complete a square?
Last edited by Carbon; May 14th 2011 at 09:40 PM.
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Originally Posted by Carbon Can someone give me a hint as to the best way to attack this one? I am not sure what to do with the top. Do I need to complete a square? Factor and use termwise division to get note for the last one that you may need partial fractions if you do not know the convolution theorem.
Thanks a lot. I will use partial fractions. One think I'm rusty on is irreducible fractions. Is irreducible? How do I know if something is irreducible?
A quadratic is irreducible if if its discriminant is negative.
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