CUBEROOT(-16a^3b^8)

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CUBEROOT(-16a^3b^8)

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\[\sqrt[3]{-16a^3b^8}\]
Is it simplified to a * CUBEROOT(-16b^8) ? or in equation form \[a*\sqrt[3]{-16b^8}\]
\[2ab^2\sqrt[3]{2b^2}\]

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i just simplified it further by writing 16 as 2 * 8 ( cube root of 8 is 2) similarly writing b^8 as b^2 *b^6 ( cube root of b^6 is b^2)
are u still confused?
lemme think for a second
sure its easy ..
that makes me feel better...
and then you just took the a out right?
will you give me a practice one to see if i can get it right?
yes i just took it out right
ok i will give u a question
\[\sqrt[3]{48a^6b^5}\]
4a^2b * cuberoot(3b^2)
your variables a and b are correct, but there seems to be a problem in your constant.. look again and think with a cool mind
Oops i see where i messed up
lol its good to realize your mistakes :)
very true
so correct yourself
2 is the outside coefficient, and 6 is the inside coefficient
yup correct :D you got it :)
yay, thanks for your help
my pleasure :D

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