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Kathy
Kathy

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Date Posted: 4 months ago
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Eric Nicholas K
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Q1 to Q6 due to lack of space.

WIll do the rest at a slightly later time.
Kathy
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4 months ago
Any other way of doing partial fractions?
Can teach?
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Eric Nicholas K
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These are the steps to perform partial fractions. I have included three examples.

I will not be available until night time. Over the next six days, I may not be available from 11 am onwards until late at night.
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
4 months ago
Example 1 is expected to be around 4 or 5 marks in an exam paper.

Example 2 is expected to be around 5 or 6 marks in an exam paper.

Example 3 is expected to be around 3 marks in an exam paper.
Kathy
Kathy
4 months ago
I will use two account, one for e math and one for a math.
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
4 months ago
I am most likely not available in the daytime for the rest of the week and can only spare the time to post full answers after 11 pm or 12 am on those days. I may be able to answer from time to time using the app, to which my answers may be messy or incomplete.
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Q7, 8, 9
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Kathy, here are the steps to take note when performing partial fractions. I will demonstrate an example with explanations up next.