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Determine which two values the following number is between. the square root of 176 cubed 5.62 and 5.63 5.6 and 5.61 5.61 and 5.62 5.59 and 5.6

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order of operations is important does the problem read \[(\sqrt{176})^3\] ??
no parentheses and the 3 is in the front
do you mean the cubed root?\[\sqrt[3]{176}\] ??

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\[\sqrt[3]{176}\] = 5.604 The answer is between 5.6 and 5.61 Also, please try to use the equation editor. It will make it easier for others to help you.
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