Partial fraction decomposition calculator

Quizzes and games : fraction, algebraic calculation

The calculator allows a rational fraction to be broken down into simple elements.
partial_fraction_decomposition(`(x^2+x+1)/x`) returns `1+x+1/x`
partial_fraction_decomposition(`(x^4)/(-1+x^2)`) = `1+x^2+1/(2*(-1+x))-1/(2*(1+x))`

Quizzes and games : fraction, algebraic calculation

Partial fraction decomposition, online calculus

Summary :

The calculator allows a rational fraction to be broken down into simple elements.

partial_fraction_decomposition online

Description :

Rational fraction

A rational fraction is a ratio of polynomials.

Decomposition of a rational fraction into simple elements

The calculator allows you to break down a rational fraction into simple elements.

Thus, to decompose into simple elements the following rational fraction `(x^2+x+1)/x`, one must enter : partial_fraction_decomposition(`(x^2+x+1)/x`), after calculation, the result of the decomposition of the rational fraction is returned.

One of the particularities of the calculator is to indicate the different calculation steps that allow to decompose a rational fraction.

Use of rational fractions

Rational fractions are particularly used when searching searching for antiderivatives.

Here is the list of exercises that use this function for their solution : .

Syntax :

partial_fraction_decomposition(rational_fraction)


Examples :

partial_fraction_decomposition(`(x^2+x+1)/x`) returns `1+x+1/x`
partial_fraction_decomposition(`(x^4)/(-1+x^2)`) = `1+x^2+1/(2*(-1+x))-1/(2*(1+x))`

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See also

Fractions | Algebraic calculation