I just want to know if there is now a way to solve fractions like which had a variables that has a degree more than 2 in its denominator. I know that denominators having degrees of 2 could be solved using(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(Ax + B)/(x^{2}+a).

But how about denominators like (x^{3}+a) and so on???

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# Partial Fractions Solving: Denominators having degrees more than 2

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