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Factorize:

(n^2 + 2n +3 ) / (2n^3 + 5n^2 + 8n +3) such that we end up with 1/(2n +1).

I might be forgetting how to complete the square or the cube or something but I can not find a way to reduce it.

Any advice?

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# Factorize: (n^2 + 2n +3 ) / (2n^3 + 5n^2 + 8n +3)

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