Not seeing steps between factoring fractions

I'm looking to solve the limit of the following error function as s goes to 0, but I'm failing on factoring things out. My calculator (TI-89) gives me a nice form I can use, but I cannot manipulate things quite right. Can anyone point out what I'm doing wrong/missing?

The function starts as $$sE(s)=\frac{s}{s^2} \left[1-\frac{K(K_1s + K_2)}{Ts^2 + (K K_1 +1)s + K K_2}\right]$$ I multiplied so as to combine the two fractions: $$\frac{1}{s}\cdot\frac{Ts+ KK_1 + 1 + \frac{KK_2}{s}}{Ts+ KK_1 + 1 + \frac{KK_2}{s}}$$ And I'm left with $$\frac{Ts+ KK_1 + 1 + \frac{KK_2}{s} - KK_1s - KK_2}{Ts^2 + (K K_1 +1)s + K K_2}$$

Unfortunately, I can't figure how to simplify out the numerator.

The calculator states the answer is $$\frac{Ts+1}{Ts^2+(K K_1 +1)s+K K_2}$$ I can deal with that, as the limit will simply be $\frac{1}{KK_2}$. But what are the steps in between? I don't know how to get rid of the $KK_x$ terms in the numerator as I need to.

• You made a mistake when you added the fractions. I'm not sure why you divided by $s$ everywhere. Making a common denominator gives: $$\frac{1}{s}\left(\frac{(Ts^2+(KK_1+1)s+KK_2)-(K(K_1s+K_2))}{Ts^2+(KK_1+1)s+KK_2}\right).$$ – kccu Apr 28 '17 at 21:02