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Decompose 58-x/x^2-6x-16 into partial fractions.

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    If I wrote
    (58 - x)/(x^2 - 6x - 16) as
    = (58-x)/((x-8)(x+2))

    can you follow the procedure I showed you in your post above this one?

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