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.

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Jump to PostThe 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 …

Jump to PostYeah, 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 …

Jump to PostAny ten year old should be able do it!

HaHaHa!

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