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Igot x=4. But I don't feel that is correct
this is 2x^(1/3) - 2 = 0 yes?
hmm i'll guide you step by step...add two to both sides
good! now divide both sides by 2
now take the cube root of both sides...
What exactly doz you mean
oh wait..i meant cube both sides...you want x..so 1/3 has to cancel out..
So it would just equal. 1
Thankkk youu :)
How about this next problem.. I reallly don't think I got it correct either.. (2x+1)^1/3=1 I got x=0
get the cube root...then transpose the constant...then divide the constant..you'll get it if you do it step by step ;D
Lol Si does that mean I got that one wrong to?
so...got it yet? /:) hehe
ok..cube both sides..ill guide you
I'm beyond confused noww lol...
you have (2x-1)^1/3 = 1 yes? your goal is to get the x on one side only..so you take away the exponent..how? by cubing it :DD now cube
no no.. when you cube it..the 1/3 gets canceled. 2x-1 = 1 get it?
yes. then you divide 2?
the it will still equal 0
oh no..2x - 1 = 1 2x = 1 + 1
oh wait...it's positive??? im sorry you were right
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! :D that makes me happy. hahah Thanks for your help! I actually understand :D
Like a mathematical genius. (: