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Rational function

Rational Functions

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Extending function arithmetic to division results in the family of "rational" functions (Quotients of polynomials) with the property that Let be the degree of the numerator and be the degree of the denominator A rational function is said to be: Strictly proper if Proper if Improper if Any rational function which is not strictly proper can be expressed as the sum of a polynomial and a strictly proper rational function Given with Let be the result of the quotient and be the remainder of the same quotient, then EXAMPLE: Any strictly proper rational function can be expressed as the sum of simpler rational functions whose denominators are quadratic or linear polynomials Display Mode:
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