Eric Nicholas K's answer to Skr's Secondary 3 A Maths Singapore question.

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Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K's answer
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The workings are very long. It’s difficult to find a shorter method.

As a result, the case of two repeated roots and one non factorisagle quadratic root is NOT in your syllabus.
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
5 months ago
My final answer is the sum of the three required fractions. Each of the fractions is a part of the full original single fraction, hence the name ‘partial’.
Skr
Skr
5 months ago
omg!tqvm!