Express f(x) as the sum of partial fractions.
This is what I've done so far.
= (3x^2+10x+9)= a/(x+2)+b/(2x+2)+c/(x+1)
Giving the simultaneous equations:
If this is right so far could you show how the simultaneous equations are solved. If its not right where have I made the mistake?
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Solution: f(x) =
= = =
3 = a + ...
The expert examines partial fraction sums. The simultaneous equation functions are determined.