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After simplifying the given fraction and factorising the denominator, you will be able to see 1 linear factor (x+3) and 1 repeated linear factor (x+1)^2 (Refer to rules of partial fractions). Solve by subbing x values to make certain A,B,C values =0. And solve for the remaining variable. Hope it helps! do check for careless mistakes.

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5 years ago

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It is similar to earlier in Q8. You need to be able to factorise the denominator and be able to see that it can form a linear factor and a repeated linear factor as shown before in Q8. Hope it helps! Do check for careless mistakes (:

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