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Posted by **Ricardo** on Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 10:52am.

ax^n*(1+(b/a)*1/(x^(n-p)))

Thanks

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**Steve**, Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 3:26pmnot sure what you mean by factorizing in his case, but we can start simplifying:

ax^n (1 + b/(ax^(n-p)))

ax^n (ax^(n-p) + b)/(ax^(n-p))

ax^n/(ax^(n-p)) (ax^(n-p) + b)

x^p (ax^(n-p) + b)

ax^n + bx^p

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