Partial Fractions Maths 10 Chapter No 04 Exercise No 4.3 Question No 7 and 8

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Partial Fraction Decompositions and Long Division – In this video, I discuss all of the partial fraction decompositions as well as do an example with long division.
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In this video i will show you the methods and techniques to resolve the fractions into partial factors.
A way of “breaking apart” fractions with polynomials in them.
Like this:

2x−2 + 3x+1 = 2(x+1) + 3(x−2)(x−2)(x + 1)

Which can then be simplified to:

= 2x+2 + 3x−6×2+x−2x−2

= 5x−4×2−x−2

The method is called “Partial Fraction Decomposition”, and goes like this:

Partial Fractions Step 1: Factor the bottom.

Partial Fractions Step 2: Write one partial fraction for each of those factors

Partial Fractions Step 3: Multiply through by the bottom so we no longer have fractions
Step 4: Now find the constants!

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Introduction to partial fraction expansion
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