anonymous
  • anonymous
Prove the following statement: “If \[b[ \sqrt[3]{p}] + c [\sqrt[3]{p^2}]=0\] where a, b, c, p are rational and p is not a perfect cube, then a, b, c are all zero.”
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amistre64
  • amistre64
i dont see an "a"; but then again, proofs are not my cup o tea
anonymous
  • anonymous
oops sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
Prove the following statement: “If \[a+b[p\sqrt[3]{3}]+c[\sqrt[3]{p}]=0\] where a, b, c, p are rational and p is not a perfect cube, then a, b, c are all zero.”

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry again. I must sleep well. Prove the following statement: If \[a+b\sqrt[3]{p}+c\sqrt[3]{p^2}=0\] where a, b, c, p are rational and p is not a perfect cube, then a, b, c are all zero.”

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