Really 2 need your help

MethMath11

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All you had to do is ask!

They said, "Let S … be written as 1/P−1/Q". That simply means they want you to rewrite S in the form 1/P−1/Q. In other words, what do the polynomials P and Q need to be, so that:

1/P − 1/Q = 2x/(1 − x^2)


Yes, but note the grouping symbols added in red. (These are needed, when typing numerators or denominators that contain more than one term.)

Also, please use symbols as given: S, x, P, Q (not Sinf, X, p, q).


That's not a correct method for decomposition. Did you google for any lessons or examples, as suggested? (Maybe you're just guessing.)

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I did, and yeah I should elaborate more. Anyway, thank you
 

Otis

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MethMath11

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Very good. Can you try again, using the method you saw?
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Already did get the results that I want. Thank you
 

Otis

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Ah, I didn't realize that you were done. It's good forum etiquette to finish threads (eg: post a final answer or statement).

Cheers!

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