Lecture no. 30 from the course: Algebra II
Taught by Professor James A. Sellers | 30 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Mathematics Courses
Now that you know how to add rational expressions, try the opposite procedure of splitting a more complicated rational expression into its component parts. Called partial fraction decomposition, this approach is a topic in introductory calculus and is used for solving a wide range of more advanced math problems.