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The quotient of two numbers or algebraic expression is called a:
rational
fraction
proportional
none of these

Partial fractions o f x+2/(x+1)(x2 +2) are of the type
A/X+1 + B/x2 +2
A/x+1 + Bx/x2+2
A /x+1 +Bx +C/x2+2
Ax +B/x+1+C/x2+2

(x+3)2 = x2 + 6x + 9 is____________
Linear equation
Equation
Identity
Constnat expression

Partial fractions of x+2/x+1)(x2 + 2) are of the form:
A/x+1 + Bx +C/x2 + 2
Ax + B/x +1 + C/X2 + 2
A/X +1 + B/X2 +x
A/x + 1 + Bx/x2 +2

A function of the form f(x) =N(x)/D(x) with D(x) = 0 , where N(x) and D(x) are polynomials.
An identity
A fraction
An equation
quadratic equation

x2+1/(x-3(x+3) is a / an___________
Proper fraction
Identity
Improper fraction
constant expression

A friction in which the degree of numerator is less than the degree of the denominator is called.
an identity
an equation
a proper fraction
an improper fraction

A? Ac = :
A
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Ac
U

Partial fractions o f x2+1/(x+1)(x+1) are of the form:
A/X+1 + B/x-1
Ax+b/x+1 + C/x-1
1+A/x +1 + B/x-1
1 +A /x+1 +Bx +C/x -1

What type of partial fractions does x-2/(x-1)(x+2) have .
A/x-1 + b/x-2
A/x-1 + Bx +C/x+2
Ax/x-1 +b/x+2
Ax+B/x-1 + C/x+2

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