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# Partial fractions problem watch

1. Hi I just can't seem to be able to write : 1/(t^2+t+1)(t^2-t+1) as a partial fraction. Could someone explain how I would do this, thanks.
2. (Original post by eski786)
Hi I just can't seem to be able to write : 1/(t^2+t+1)(t^2-t+1) as a partial fraction. Could someone explain how I would do this, thanks.
Try something along the lines of 1/(t^2+t+1)(t^2-t+1) = (At+B)/(t^2+t+1) + (Ct+D)/(t^2-t+1). Should work okay!

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