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Calculus: Integration by using Partial Fraction method

Learn about the most important part of Calculus i.e. "Integration" by using partial fraction method.
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Last updated 7/2015
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What Will I Learn?
learn integration using partial fractions
use the practice examples to master the same
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  • Need to have some knowledge about what integration really is. However, it is not compulsory.

The course covers integration by using one of the most important method which is partial fraction method. The concept is clearly explained with the help of number of examples. There are even other ways to do integration which would be explained in the future courses.

Coming back to our topic, when integrating functions involving polynomials in the denominator, partial fractions can be used to simplify integration. New students of Calculus will find it handy to learn how to decompose functions into partial fractions not just for integration, but for other aspects of Calculus as well, once they enter more advanced studies.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to understand integration using partial derivatives in the simplest way possible
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