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  PlanetMath: partial fraction series for digamma function
The second formula follows after rearranging terms (the rearrangement is legal since we are simply exchanging adjacent terms, so partial sums remain the same).
"partial fraction series for digamma function" is owned by rm50.
This is version 3 of partial fraction series for digamma function, born on 2006-11-11, modified 2007-03-13.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/PartialFractionSeriesForDigammaFunction.html   (88 words)

 5.4 - Partial Fractions
Partial Fraction Decomposition only works for proper rational expressions, that is, the degree of the numerator must be less than the degree of the denominator.
If the partial fractions we're decomposing the rational expression into must be proper, then an irreducible quadratic factor could have a linear term and/or a constant term in the numerator.
The implications of this for partial fraction decomposition are that when you have a repeated factor (a factor with a multiplicity other than one), you need to include a factor in the expansion for each power possible.
www.richland.edu /james/lecture/m116/systems/partial.html   (1322 words)

 PlanetMath: a lecture on the partial fraction decomposition method
The easiest values to pick are the roots of the denominator of the original fraction.
as the sum of partial fractions of the types discussed in the previous section.
This is version 1 of a lecture on the partial fraction decomposition method, born on 2006-02-02.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/ALectureOnThePartialFractionDecompositionMethod.html   (548 words)

 Partial Fraction Expansion - Erik Cheever
Partial fraction expansion is performed whenever we want to represent a complicated fraction as a sum of simpler fractions.
Partial fraction expansion can only be performed when the order of the denominator polynomial (the bottom term of the fraction) is greater than the order of the numerator (the top term).
Before performing a partial fraction expansion, the fraction must be manipulated so that the order of the numerator is less than that of the denominator.
www.swarthmore.edu /NatSci/echeeve1/Ref/LPSA/PartialFraction/PartialFraction.html   (1191 words)

 Partial Fraction Decomposition
A rational expression is a fraction whose numerator and denominator are both polynomials.
Partial fraction decomposition is the process of rewriting a rational expression as the sum of a quotient polynomial plus partial fractions.
There must be a partial fraction present for each power of (x - c) less than or equal to n.
jwbales.home.mindspring.com /precal/part7/part7.6.html   (458 words)

 Partial Fractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This method is used when the factors in the denominator of the fraction are linear (in other words do not have any square or cube terms etc).
The “cover-up method” is a quick way of working out partial fractions, but it is important to realise that this only works when there are linear factors in the denominator, as there are here.
Note that it is Bx + C on the numerator of the fraction with the squared term in the denominator.
www.mathsrevision.net /alevel/pure/partial_fractions.php   (454 words)

 Calculus II: Partial Fractions
Partial fractions allow you to break apart fractions that are nearly impossible to integrate into smaller fractions that are simple to integrate.
Partial fraction was one of my worst nightmare in calculus class.
Each new fraction is successively raised to one more than the previous fraction's power until the original power is reached.
www.fortunecity.com /victorian/museum/263/partialfrac.htm   (532 words)

 Partial fraction decomposition over the reals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In mathematics, partial fractions are used in real-variable integral calculus to find real-valued antiderivatives of rational functions.
The partial fraction decomposition of real rational functions is also used for Laplace transforms.
The proof of the existence of the partial fraction decomposition over an arbitrary field is not given here.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Partial_fraction_decomposition_over_the_reals   (1250 words)

 Karl's Calculus Tutor - 11.7 Partial Fractions
That leaves us with the sum of an easy integral with one that meets the criterion for partial fractions (and is the same as the one we did in the last paragraph).
In each of the partial fraction problems we have done so far, the polynomial in the denominator has had distinct real roots (that is real roots that are all different from each other).
So there must be a partial fraction with that root to the first power and another with that root to the second power, just as we have it in equation 11.7-13b.
www.karlscalculus.org /calc11_5.html   (3143 words)

 Partial Fractions
The method of partial fractions is used when the denominator factors.
Following this pattern, we could use partial fractions on any type of factor that we might encounter.
In the case where the degree of the numerator is larger than degree of the denominator, we first use long division to create a fraction that we can use partial fractions on.
math.ucsd.edu /~wgarner/math4c/textbook/chapter3/partialfractions.htm   (1269 words)

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That x has bounded partial quotients is equivalent to the existence of epsilon>0 such that for all rationals p/q we have x-p/q>epsilon/q^2.
The a[i] *are* the partial quotients; the things that converge to the number are the *convergents*, usually denoted p[i]/q[i].
Including a_0 among the partial quotients being restricted to {1,2} gives a set whose smallest element has continued fraction [_1,2_] and largest element [_2,1_] (where the _ are used to mark a periodic block).
www.math.niu.edu /~rusin/known-math/98/c1   (1248 words)

 Partial Fractions - WikiNotes
Partial fractions are the sum of fractions with denominators which cannot be factorised.
Breaking down fractions into partial fractions can sometimes be very useful e.g.
Partial Fractions: Partial Fractions :: With repeated factors :: For improper fractions
www.wikinotes.hosted.hostmax.co.uk /wiki/Partial_Fractions   (573 words)

 Quick Guide Partial Fractions
Partial fractions: I personally find these to be quite tough - especially if you aren't good with fractions in the first place.
They involve the splitting up of a fraction into two or more fractions with only one factor in the denominator.
It also cannot be used with non-linear fractions such as explained after this section...I basically just done a partial fraction not explaing it much - since you can pretty much see how you do it from example.
www.ncsu.edu /felder-public/kenny/papers/partial.html   (1234 words)

 equilibrium constants - Kp
The mole fraction of nitrogen is 1/4 (0.25) and of hydrogen is 3/4 (0.75).
The partial pressure of one of the gases in a mixture is the pressure which it would exert if it alone occupied the whole container.
The total pressure of a mixture of gases is equal to the sum of the partial pressures.
www.chemguide.co.uk /physical/equilibria/kp.html   (829 words)

 Antiderivatives / Partial Fractions - 3
The method of Partial Fractions provides a way to integrate all rational functions.
After determining the partial fraction expansion of P/Q, we set P/Q equal to the sum of the terms of the partial fraction expansion.
We express the integral of P/Q as the sum of the integrals of the terms of the partial fraction expansion.
archives.math.utk.edu /visual.calculus/4/partial_fractions.3/index.html   (257 words)

 Partial-Fraction Decomposition: General Techniques
To decompose a fraction, you first factor the denominator.
Then you write the fractions with one of the factors for each of the denominators.
If the denominator of your fraction factors into unique linear factors, then the decomposition process is fairly straightforward, as shown in the previous example.
www.purplemath.com /modules/partfrac.htm   (296 words)

 Partial-Fraction Decomposition: Repeated and Irreducible Factors
This doesn't happen often (in algebra classes, anyway), but don't be surprised if you get zero, or even fractions, for some of your coefficients.
Don't just assume that a fraction or a zero is a wrong answer.
If the denominator of your rational expression has an unfactorable quadratic, then you have to account for the possible "size" of the numerator.
www.purplemath.com /modules/partfrac2.htm   (500 words)

 Partial fraction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In algebra, the partial fraction decomposition or (partial fraction expansion) is used to reduce the degree of either the numerator or the denominator of a rational function.
In many beginning calculus courses, partial fractions are introduced as a way to derive the general equation for a logistic function.
The rate of change for the function is proportional (constant k) to both the population reached (P) and the fraction of the total carrying capacity (M) remaining.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Partial_fraction   (952 words)

 Partial Fraction Decomposition
Partial fractions: (take a fraction and write this fraction as a sum of two or more similar fractions.)
is an improper fraction, divide the denominator into the numerator to obtain:
Since this project is managed by one student, I must rely on my peers for assistance.
www.mathematicshelpcentral.com /lecture_notes/precalculus_algebra_folder/partial_fraction_decomposition.htm   (196 words)

 Partial Fraction Expansion
Summary: This module describes the method of partial fraction expansion, in which a ratio of polynomials can be split into a sum of small polynomials.
This technique is known as partial fraction expansion.
Before doing a partial fraction expansion, you must make sure that the ratio you are expanding is proper.
cnx.org /content/m2111/latest   (870 words)

 Calculus II (Math 2414) - Integration Techniques - Partial Fractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
So, once we’ve determined that partial fractions can be done we factor the denominator as completely as possible.  Then for each factor in the denominator we can use the following table to determine the term(s) we pick up in the partial fraction decomposition.
To this point we’ve only looked at rational expressions where the degree of the numerator was strictly less that the degree of the denominator.  Of course not all rational expressions will fit into this form and so we need to take a look at a couple of examples where this isn’t the case.
So, in this case the degree of the numerator is 4 and the degree of the numerator is 3.  Therefore, partial fractions can’t be done on this rational expression.
tutorial.math.lamar.edu /AllBrowsers/2414/PartialFractions.asp   (1515 words)

 Partial Fractions
The two terms which are not part of a fraction now can be looked up in a table to find the inverse Laplace transform.
The rest of this reference section will deal with how to reduce the remaining fractional part to something that can be converted easily.
Additionally, the numerator of the simple fractions of these two poles are also conjugates, meaning that it is only necessary to find one of the numerators.
www-ee.eng.buffalo.edu /faculty/paololiu/edtech/roaldi/References/partial_fractions.htm   (905 words)

 Math Forums @ Math Goodies - Partial Fraction (Integral)
I am really having a big time (difficulty) understanding how to do partial fraction....
type of partial fractions - where the denominators of the fractions are
The straightforward approach would be to look at the orginal numberator, and collecting the like terms of A, B, C and D so that you can solve for them using simulatneous equations.
www.mathgoodies.com /forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=31524   (850 words)

 partial_fractions_5_6.nb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In order to take the inverse Laplace transform leading to the solution y[t], we must first simplify the quotient through the process of partial fractions.
The form of the partial fraction depends upon that of the denominator polynomial G[s]:
With each of the cases described above, the numerator coefficients are found by multiplying through by the common denominator and then equating coefficients on either side of the equality.
www.ireap.umd.edu /~nmoody/Math/laplace_partial_fractions.html   (91 words)

 Repeated Roots (PFE) - Erik Cheever   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Partial Fraction Expansion of Repeated Roots by Differentiation
In this fraction the denominator polynomial has a repeated root at s=-a.
The remainder of the denominator polynomial is called D'(s); it has no roots as s=-a.
www.swarthmore.edu /NatSci/echeeve1/Ref/LPSA/PartialFraction/RootsRepeat.html   (112 words)

 residue :: Functions (MATLAB Function Reference)
Convert between partial fraction expansion and polynomial coefficients
Numerically, the partial fraction expansion of a ratio of polynomials represents an ill-posed problem.
Now, convert the partial fraction expansion back to polynomial coefficients.
www.mathworks.com /access/helpdesk/help/techdoc/ref/residue.shtml   (281 words)

 Integration by Partial Fractions
All of the following problems use the method of integration by partial fractions.
Of course, what we would like to be able to do is find a partial fractions decomposition for a given function.
Since the fractions in the above equation have the same denominators, it follows that their numerators must be equal.
www.math.ucdavis.edu /~kouba/CalcTwoDIRECTORY/partialfracdirectory/PartialFrac.html   (788 words)

 Partial Fractions
Early in Algebra you learn how to combine "simple'' fractions into a "more complicated'' one.
The Method of Partial Fractions does the opposite: It dissects a complicated fraction into a sum of simple fractions.
A simple fraction is a fraction with a simple denominator.
www.sosmath.com /algebra/pfrac/pfrac.html   (252 words)

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