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Partial fraction decomposition - harrington44 - 02-03-2017 04:13 AM
Hi I searched and did not find topic I was looking for in my search result . I decided to ask, I have a simple partial fraction and would like to decompose the rational integral fraction, using HP prime. I had no luck achieving said result which is expected of the HP prime.. I'm familiar with the HP 55 G and 50. Example x /(x^2-4) Any help how to go about working above problem on the HP prime will be helpful RE: Partial fraction decomposition - parisse - 02-03-2017 06:32 AM
partfrac RE: Partial fraction decomposition - Tim Wessman - 02-03-2017 03:28 PM
Toolbox->Cas->Algebra->Partial Fraction is the UI to get there. Note you could also have gone into Toolbox->Catalog-> and gone down to "P" and i suspect it would have jumped out at you. Another way would be to press the HELP button, tap the Search key and search through the on-calc help for "partial" or similar. RE: Partial fraction decomposition - harrington44 - 02-04-2017 02:12 AM
I did but the result is coming out as a fraction 11/5.... RE: Partial fraction decomposition - Han - 02-04-2017 04:29 AM
(02-04-2017 02:12 AM)harrington44 Wrote: I did but the result is coming out as a fraction 11/5.... Seems like you have values stored into the variable x in the CAS. Delete this variable: purge(x). If you are still not seeing the right answer, it may be that you have other instances of the variable x sitting around (check the memory browser). |