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 (a^2x^4-a^2b^2x^2+2ax+2b)/x^2-b^2)
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(Original post by mathsnotwhizz)
 (a^2x^4-a^2b^2x^2+2ax+2b)/x^2-b^2)
You could split the numerator up into
(a^2x^4 - a^2b^2x^2) + (2ax + 2b)
And factorise and simplify the first expression, then do partial fractions on the second.
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