I need to factor out (1/n) from this but I dont know how. (2i)/(n^2+i^2)

I need to factor out (1/n) from this but I dont know how. (2i)/(n^2+i^2)

How do I solve this equation by factoring?

How to find X and Y, Please include steps!!

How do you determine if a factoring problem will use the difference of two squares? Choose the correct answer below. A. The problem will have two terms. It will be in the form...

factor -81y as far as possible please.

Nothing

The numbers don't have to be whole numbers, and I'm pretty sure they can be negative as well

x2 +11x +30

16x2 - 16x-12

2x2y +4xy+6xy2

10a2-5a-15

20N2 + 47N +24

8xy3z2 - 12x3y2z2+20x2y3z3

a^3–a a3–a

a^3–a a3–a

The product of two consecutive odd integers is 1 less than 4 times their sum. Find the two integers. Answer in the form of paired points with the lowest of the two integers first.

Write as a product x^2–x^4 x2–x4

Write as a product 45b+6a–3ab –90 Write as a product45b+6a–3ab –90

Write as a product a^3–a a3–a

Write as a product ab^2 –a–b^3+b Write as a productab2 –a–b3+b

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