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Partial Fractions / Partial Fraction Decomposition

Partial fraction decomposition is used to convert a fraction with multiple factors in the denominator into a sum of terms, with one term for each factor and a constant in the numerator. Doing so simplifies integration and differentiation.


Partial fractions X(t) - RF Cafe

Partial fractions X(t) - RF Cafe

Partial fractions X{t1} - RF Cafe


Example:

Partial fractions X(t) example - RF Cafe

Partial fractions X(t) - RF Cafe             

Partial fractions X(t) - RF Cafe           

Partial fractions X(t) - RF Cafe

Note: If poles of X (t) are of multiple order, then include a term for each order; i.e., if (t-1)2 is in the denominator (a pole), then include both (t-1) and (t-2)2 terms.

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