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    Partial Fraction

    Reduce (x^2-8x+2)/((x-2)(x^2+1)) to partial fractions.
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    Re: Partial Fraction

    Quote Originally Posted by Rathin View Post
    Reduce (x^2-8x+2)/((x-2)(x^2+1)) to partial fractions.

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    Re: Partial Fraction

    Oh silly me..I was doing ax+b for the linear factor..
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    Re: Partial Fraction

    Quote Originally Posted by Rathin View Post
    Oh silly me..I was doing ax+b for the linear factor..
    You can do Ax+B and Cx+D, your A would just be 0.

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