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mitchelsewbaran

  • 2 years ago

nth root of 64 minus the nth root of (27)=1, that is the value of 4^n? 256 144 64 54 4

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  1. cathyangs
    • 2 years ago
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    Well, I'm not sure if this is the way you're supposed to solve it, but just by looking at it, I know that 64 and 27 are both equal powers of a certain number...by thinking a bit you'll be able to find what n is.

  2. cathyangs
    • 2 years ago
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    Try finding the prime factorization of 64 and 27, that might help you see what type of power they both are.

  3. cathyangs
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    If you're having trouble with that, think about it. What numbers multiplied together make 64? Which make 27?

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