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What kind of math did they use to simplify that shit?
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>>10195245
do u remember how to add and subtract fractions with different denominators
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>>10195254
No I don't. How do you do that again? Something about a "well chosen one"?
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>>10195245
>OP cannot subtract fractions when the denominators are different

$\frac{2}{s + 4} - \frac{1}{s + 1} = \frac{2(s + 1) - (s + 4)}{(s + 1)(s + 4)} = \frac{s - 2}{s^2 + 5s + 4}$
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>>10195245
As your homosexuality progresses, you're willing to do gayer things, so you naturally experiment with being the bottom rather than the top. Usually math only makes things more complicated in this case, but it's a perfectly acceptable way to approach it if you feel the need for it.
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>>10195245
-4, -1 are solutions of the 2nd line's denominator
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>>10195263
Thank you!
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What is this board I don't even
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>>10195308
Studying for my controls final
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>>10195308
Exactly my thoughts
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>>10195245
You can also do this in reverse. It's called partial fraction decomposition.

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