Precalculus

Suppose h(x) = 3/x^2-1. Find two nontrivial functions such that
h(x)=(f o g)(x)
(f o g referring to f of g)

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  1. F(x)=√2x-1. Find non trivials of f and g such that (fxg)=F

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