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\[\frac{\sqrt[3]{152}}{\sqrt[3]{2}} \]or \[\frac{3\sqrt{152}}{3\sqrt{2}} \]
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162 not 152
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3(sqrt)81?
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It has to be in the simplest form
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the problem what is the 3, cube root? or 3 times?
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Cubed
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With a tiny 3, right?
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yes! its cubed
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dw:1344841006619:dwSolve.
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Thanks i found it!
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