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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

Simplify the expression. (-64)^1/3

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  1. anonymous
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    it is asking for the cube root of -64

  2. anonymous
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    Not cubed, squared.

  3. anonymous
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    the denominator of the exponent is the root

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    I'll just post the actual equation for you so you can see it.

  5. anonymous
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    but you can still tell me what the cube root of -64 is??

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  7. anonymous
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    that is the same as \[\sqrt[3]{-64}\]

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    what number times itself 3 times is -64 y^3=-64, what is y

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    Hero answered your earlier post....... (-64)^1/3 = 3 root (-64) which means find a number that when multiplied by itself three times produces -64. That number is -4, therefore: 3 root(-64) = -4 because (-4)(-4)(-4) = -64

  10. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt[3]{-64}=-4\]

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