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# How can I get this result

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I'd like to know how can I get this partial function on HP Prime. I've tried partfrac() but I did not get that result below.

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Hi!, @GabrielM8 :

See, the images ...

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Hi @Make

I think you don't understand what I'm trying to calculate.

I need to make partial fractions of equation 4.80, in which the result does not present a complex number in the numerator of the partial fractions, this result is also shown in the figure of the topic.

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Hi!, @GabrielM8 :

You have reason. I continued don't understand with your questions.

Can you explained better ?.

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Hi @Make

I want to calculate partial fractions directly in HP Prime, as image below:

See what happens when I use partfrac():

I do not expect a complex number in the numerator of partial fractions.

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Hi!, @GabrielM8 :

Try, with this configuration of CAS ...

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Hi @make

The result in my HP Prime came out different than yours.

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Hi!, @GabrielM8 :

Change the variable imaginary "i" by "j".

HP PRIME take "i" as imaginary.

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Hi!, @GabrielM8 :

For my ID @Maké, the "é" you can write if your notebook have Numeric Keypad by user the ASCII Codes ...

é = Alt + 130

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