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@myininaya could you help me ?

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No, The 5 there should be s

did you get it?

Both s's?

\[\sqrt{(9st)^3}\]

yup :)

could you help me? because I think I am getting the wrong answer

Blah, gotta use pen and paper for this one lol, getting some crazy answer.

My teacher always gives us crazy equations :)

\[\Large{\sqrt{(9st)^{3}} = \sqrt{(9st)^{2}*(9st)} = 9st*\sqrt{9st}}\]

I understand it, please continue :)

\[\Large{\sqrt[3]{(27s^{3}t^{-4})^{-2}} = \sqrt[3]{\frac{1}{(27s^{3}t^{-4})^{2}}}}\]
Ack, gotta go!

just continue it tomorrow if you want to :)
what answer did you get ?

Didn't, that's all I did so far. Does it match up with what you have?

final answer i am getting as : \(4st^4\sqrt{st}\)