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## Partial Fractions Calculator

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Partial fractions are a really useful algebraic tool, but they can be a bit tricky. This calculator can help you check your work or learn more about partial fractions. This calculator is a useful tool to find the partial fraction with a linear factors, linear repeated, and quadratic factors.

### How The Partial Fractions Calculator Works

#### Using The Calculator

• Enter the expression as shown in the simple animated video above
• Only one variable is allowed to used this calculator to work effectively and as efficient as it can be.
• Hit the equal orange button to generate quick answer without steps but simple expansion and result.

#### Inside the Calculator’s Brain

Partial Fractions with Linear Factors

To resolve • Correct form to input this expression is (11x^2-3x)/(x^2+2x-3)
• Write out the expression in the numerator starting with opening bracket and closes on completion,
• Separate the numerator from the denominator using a a back slash /repeat the same procedure to process the denominator expression

To resolve • Correct form to input this expression is (11x^2-3x)/( (x+1)(x-2)(x+3) )
• Write out the expression in the numerator starting with opening bracket and closes on completion,
• Separate the numerator from the denominator using a a back slash /
• Since the expression in the denominator has three repeated brackets, to make the calculator work as designed, start with an opening bracket, then follow by the original brackets go with the rest of the three expressions and
• closes the three expression with a bracket

Partial Fractions with Repeated Linear Factors

To resolve • Correct form to input this expression is (2x+3)/(x-2)^2
• Write out the expression in the numerator starting with opening bracket and closes on completion,
• Separate the numerator from the denominator using a a back slash /repeat the same procedure for its expression
• Raise the power using the conjunction operator symbol  ^

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