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27h^3=48h solve

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  1. anonymous
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    Divide both sides by h...

  2. anonymous
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    27h^2=48

  3. anonymous
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    Now is there a common multiple of 27 and 48?

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    no

  5. anonymous
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    Hmm... 27 = 3*3*3 48 = 3*4*4

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    3

  7. anonymous
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    So, we can divide both sides by three...

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    9 and 16

  9. anonymous
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    Yep. Do you know the square roots of 9 and 16?

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    3/4 -3/4

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    I think you divided the wrong side...if we go back to the original equation it would be 9h^2=16, then the square root -> 3h=4 so h=+/-4/3

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    k

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