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mominanisar

What is the partial fraction of \[(Z ^{2}+2Z+1)\div(Z ^{2}-(3\div2)Z-(1\div2))\]

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    @sauravshakya it is not visible from right side

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    are the partial fraction coefficients 8 and (-9/2)

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    first factor 2z^2 -3z -1

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    sorry there is a mistake in question there is +(1/2)

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    so now roots are (Z-1/2)(z-1)

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    @sauravshakya now it becomes =(A/(Z-1/2)) +(B/(z-1)) what sre the values of A and B

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    Now, let (7z+3)/(2z^2 -3z +1) =A/(z-1) +B/(2z-1)

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    N0w, find A and B

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    thanx a lot

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    Looks like u can do it from there... welcome

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