• ArchTangent
My ideals are being ruined in partial fractions pls help. Particularly the one with the quadratic equation as denominator. Ex: (7+x) / (x^2 + x + 1) from what I currently know is that its partial fraction would be at the beginning would look like this: [(A)(2x+1)+B] / (x^2 + x + 1) 2x +1 coming from the derivative of the quadratic. But later in our quiz in ECEMath my solution was questioned and professor said it should only be [(A)(x)+B] / (x^2 + x +1) x only... please help me
Mathematics
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