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Unformatted text preview: . Letting x = >. o n b oth sides of this e quation, we o btain dx To find ai, we conceal the factor (x + 1)3 in F{x), take the derivative of the remaining expression, and then let x = - 1: 2 3 al = ..'!:.- [4X + 16x + 23x + 1 3] 1 =1 dx (x + 2) x =-l Similarly, 2 3 2 =3 2 1 d [4X + 16x + 23x + 1 3] 1 a =2!dx 2 ~ x =-l Therefore, ( x - >.)"F(x)!x=>. = ao .:!.- [(x - E xample B .lO B.5-4 + {x + 1)2 + X + 1 + x + 2 • A Hybrid Method: Mixture of the Heaviside "Cover-Up" and Clearing Fractions For multiple roots, especially of higher order, t he Heaviside expansion method, which requires repeated differentiation, can become cumbersome. For a function which contains several repeated a nd u nrepeated roots, a hybrid of t he two procedures proves t he b est. T he simpler coefficients are determined by t he Heaviside method, a nd t he r emaining coefficients are found by clearing fractions or short-cuts, thus incorporating t he b est of t he two methods. We d emonstrate this procedure by solving Example B.lO once again by this method. In Example B.1O, coefficients k a nd ao a re relatively simple t o d etermine by t he Heaviside expansion method. These values were found t o b e k l = 1 a nd ao = 2. Therefore, 4 x 3 + 16x 2 + 2 3x + 13 2 al a2 1 - -,---:-;:-:----:-:--- = - - - (x+l)3(x+2) ( x+l)3 + --- + -- + -(x+l)2 We now multiply b oth sides of t he above equation by (x fractions. This yields = 2 (x x +l x +2 + 1)3(x + 2) t o clear t he + 2) + a l(x + 1 )(x + 2) + a2(x + 1)2(x + 2) + (x + 1)3 = (1 + a2)x 3 + (al + 4a2 + 3 )x 2 + (5 + 3 al + 5a2)X + (4 + 2al + 2a2 + 1) F{ ) ao al a2 k x = { x+1)3 + ( x+1)2 + x +1 + x +2 E quating coefficients of t he t hird a nd second powers of x o n b oth sides, we o btain The coefficient k is obtained by concealing the factor ( x+2) in F{x) and then substituting x = - 2 in the remaining expression: 2 3 k = 4x + 16x + 23x + 13 1 =1 ~X=-2 ~X=-l 131 F{x) = {x + 1)3 4 x 3 + 16x 2 + 23x + 13 Expand F{x) into partial fractions if 2 3 F{x) = 4x + 16x + 23x + 13 (x + 1)3{x + 2) The partial fractions are To find ao, we conceal the factor (x + 1)3 in F{x) and let x expression: 2 3 ao = 4x + 16x + 23x + 13 1 =2 31 B.5 P artial F raction Expansion = - 1 in the remaining We m ay s top here if we wish because t he two desired coefficients, a l a nd a2, a re now determined. However, equating t he coefficients of t he two remaining powers of x yields a convenient check on t he answer. Equating t he coefficients of t he x l a nd x O t erms, we o btain 23 = 5 + 3 al + 5a2 13 = 4 + 2al + 2a2 + 1 Background 32 T hese e quations a re satisfied by t he values a l = 1 a nd a2 providing an a dditional check for o ur answers. Therefore, 3, found earlier, 2 1 3 1 F (x) = - - - + - - - + - - + - (x + 1)3 ( x + 1)2 X+1 x+2 B.5 P artial F raction E xpansion 33 t he o nly difference between t he p roper a nd i mproper case is t he a ppearance o f a n e xtra c onstant bn i n t he l atter. O therwise t he p rocedure remains t he s ame. T he p roof is left as a n exercise for t he r eader. • E xampl...
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