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partial fractions

[′pär·shəl ′frak·shənz]
(mathematics)
A collection of fractions which when added are a given fraction whose numerator and denominator are usually polynomials; the partial fractions are usually constants or linear polynomials divided by factors of the denominator of the given fraction.
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15) using the partial fraction expansions theorem, one should evaluate the derivative of the denominator [6, 8].
Extend Isabelle's computational features in direction of verfied Computer Algebra: simplification extended by algorithms beyond rewriting (cancellation of multivariate rationals, factorisation, partial fraction decomposition, etc), equation solving , integration, etc.
Implement an algorithms for partial fraction decomposition, which is considered a standard normal form in Computer Algebra.
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1] which can be decomposed into partial fractions as in (3.
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given together with the partial fraction expansion of
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This edition has been expanded to include chapters on: integral equations, calculus of variations, tensor analysis, time series, and partial fractions.
Chapter 8: When All Else Fails: Integration with Partial Fractions.

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