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# C3 functions

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1. (Original post by thegreatwhale)
lol still don't know where the 3 comes from and where the went
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You can separate this into 2 separate fractions .
2. (Original post by thegreatwhale)
woah where did that come from?? o..o
i understand

but i'm a little unsure of where the 3 comes from ad i'm assuming the -4 is to balance things out

It's not necessary. I noticed there there was an x^3 in the numerator and denominator and no other powers of x so I simplified and differentiated at the time. I wouldn't have used polynomial long division for a calculus problem if it were more complicated.
3. (Original post by fefssdf)
I'm actually so confused right now
me 2
(Original post by B_9710)
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You can separate this into 2 separate fractions .
(Original post by Kvothe the arcane)
ah awesome ^-^ for got you could "take out a common factor from anything as long as u balance it" thanks

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