Partial fractions will be used both when performing integrals requiring partial fractions and in chapter 6 when we cover LaPlace transforms.

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 Partial Fraction Outline + Comments from students regarding posted material Please posted videos and other material in this column Partial Fractions 1 Use partial fractions to "simplify"   I put simplify in quotes since what is considered simplified depends on the application.  Note this example is worked out at https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/partial-fractions.html Comments: Partial Fractions 2 Find a partial fraction decomposition for    This is example 6 from https://math24.net/partial-fraction-decomposition.html#example6 Comments: Partial Fractions 3 Find a partial fraction decomposition for    This is the last example from https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/partial-fractions.html Comments: Partial Fractions 4 Find a partial fraction decomposition for   This is example 10 from https://math24.net/partial-fraction-decomposition-page-2.html#example10 Comments: