I know all in this tables:Well, what do you know about the order of the numerator and denominator in order to use the tables?
Interesting idea. However, I believe the problem of numerator order remains. One must do the long division or its equivalent to obtain workable forms.Hello there,
Another interesting venture would be to change that "26" in the denominator to a "25", which allows the denominator to be factorized with reals so you can 'try' partial fractions the way you are probably used to doing so far (that's not to say that you can or can not factor it already, but it may help anyway).
The fact that the denominator has complex conjugate roots doesn't cause problems and partial fractions works just fine as far as that's concerned. The problem is that it is not a proper polynomial fraction.Hello there,
Another interesting venture would be to change that "26" in the denominator to a "25", which allows the denominator to be factorized with reals so you can 'try' partial fractions the way you are probably used to doing so far (that's not to say that you can or can not factor it already, but it may help anyway).
Hello again,The fact that the denominator has complex conjugate roots doesn't cause problems and partial fractions works just fine as far as that's concerned. The problem is that it is not a proper polynomial fraction.
One question? Does 4s-10s=-10s?my solution
MaybeOne question? Does 4s-10s=-10s?
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