hi , I am trying for partial fraction deomposition of polynomials.
I have problems in solving the denominator and in applying different
conditions for special cases . Is there any stright forward method for this.
The first step in solving the problem is to identify the problem domain properly. Dig out some information on partial fraction decomposition, try to formulate a basic algorithm (the sequence of steps you would follow in achieving the objective). To start off with, just post a basic algorithm on achieving … Read More
Yeah, there's a simple and straightforward algorithm for this. The first step is to understand how to represent a linear system of equations with matrices and how to solve that with a computer program. Once you understand that, you'll need some way to be able to find all the roots … Read More
Any ten year old should be able do it! HaHaHa! Read More
What are u exactly trying to prove Mr. Lerner. First you say there is no straightforward way to do it and ask the OP to use an external library. And when the solution is posted you say that even a ten year old kid could do it ??? Read More
Well, I was kind of joking when I said straightforward :) But anybody with a good understanding of basic algebra could be taught how to do this and understand how it works. Also, anybody capable of following instructions can be taught how to do this by hand. And if you … Read More
The comment about a ten year old being able to implement this type of process was meant to be funny, which is why I wrote HaHaHa afterword. It would be a rare ten year old indeed who could use the algorhythm posted by Rashakil Fol to factor polynomials, let alone … Read More
[quote=WolfPack;251367]I think you missed a hint of sarcasm in Lerner's reply. :)[/quote] Yeah kind of, these people dont even tell me when they are serious and when they are not. Sudden swings from serious thoughts about how to solve the equation to quoting sarcasm are a bit err... hard to … Read More