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Partial FractionIn symbols, one can use partial fraction expansion to change a rational fraction in the form where ƒ and g are polynomials, into an expression of the form where g_{j} x are polynomials that are factors of g'x, and are in general of lower degree. The full decomposition pushes the reduction as far as it will go: in other words, the factorization of g is used as much as possible. Thus, the outcome of a full partial fraction expansion expresses that fraction as a sum of fractions, where:
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