Our partial fraction decomposition calculator will help you break down complex rational expressions into simpler fractions.

### How To Use The Partial Fraction Decomposition Calculator

To use the calculator, input the numerator and the factorized denominator of the fraction you wish to decompose. For example, if you have a fraction with numerator “1x^2+2x+3” and a factorized denominator “(x+1)(x+2)”, you would enter these into the respective fields. Then, press the “Calculate” button to get the decomposition.

### How The Calculator Works

The calculator performs partial fraction decomposition, which is a process used to break down a complex rational expression into a sum of simpler fractions. It’s particularly useful for integration. When you input the coefficients of the numerator and the factorized denominator, the calculator solves for the constants in the decomposition using algebraic methods.

### Limitations

This calculator only works for rational expressions where the denominator can be factored into linear factors and where the degree of the numerator is less than the degree of the denominator. It also does not handle cases with repeated factors.