Today we will discuss partial fractions of expressions with repeated roots. These repeated roots always come at the bottom, i.e., the denominator. They can also be repeated several times.

## Main Content

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### Differentiation

#### Differentiation of implicit functions

Hello friends, today I will talk about the differentiation of implicit functions. Have a look.

#### Differentiate parametric functions – how??

Today I will talk about how to differentiate parametric functions. Have a look!!

### Partial fractions

Partial fractions of equal degree expressions Today we will discuss how to get partial fractions of equal degree expressions. Saying that, I mean about those expressions where both numerators and denominators have the same degree.

Today we will discuss again on partial fractions. We will focus on the expressions with higher degree numerators.

### Collection of formulas

#### Formulas in Laplace transform

Here is the collection of some standard formulas in Laplace transform.

#### Formulas for logarithmic, hyperbolic functions

Here I have added some formulas for logarithmic, hyperbolic functions. Nothing fanciful, but still these are quite useful.

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I am a mathematician by profession. Teaching mathematics, especially engineering mathematics has always been my passion. Earlier on, I was more used to the traditional model of classroom teaching. Nowadays I am venturing out also in the online teaching. This blog is a result of that venture. You can also read more about this blog in the 'About' page of this blog.