Posted by **Sam** on Friday, January 4, 2008 at 1:11am.

I have the answer, but don't know the procedure.

The question is:

Find the values of C and D if

c/(x-2) + D/(x+1) = 6x/(x^2-x-2)

The answers are: C= 4, D=2

HERE IS MY WORK:

Well, I know that we can add the left side and the denominators become the same. So, the new equations becomes:

c(x+1)+ D(x-2) = 6x

but, how do you go from here to find the values of c and d?

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