Is it possible to use partial fractions on exponential factors? An expression like this for example...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

3^x

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(2^x + 3^x)(5^x + 6^x)

Would it break down into something like this?

A^x/(2^x + 3^x) + B^x/(5^x + 6^x)

What are the rules for repeated factors and non-repeated, etc.? I am trying to figure out how the rules for partial fractions would apply to this type of problem. How would I solve for A and B?

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# Partial fractions on exponentials

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