Real, Complex or Imaginary?

Algebra Level 3

Suppose \(z\) is a complex number and \(n\) is a natural number. If |\(z\)| = 1, and \(z^{2n}\) does not equal -1, then \(\dfrac{z^{n}}{1+z^{2n}}\) is

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