Partial fraction: Cover-up rule

Partial fraction is commonly used in binomial expansion, method of difference and integration.

When the divisor consists only of linear factors, cover up rule can be used to find the constants in the partial fraction quickly.

Example

Express Tex2Img_1400545440 in partial fraction.

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By cover up rule,

1

Therefore

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2

0 = A+C

3

Therefore,

fraction final

 

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