anonymous
  • anonymous
How does finding the square root of a number compare to finding the cube root of a number? Use the number 64 in your explanation.
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precal
  • precal
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precal
  • precal
just put it into words; basic idea is square root, you will need 2 of an item in order for the item to exit the radical cube root, you will need 3 of an item in order for the item to exit the radical
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anonymous
  • anonymous
After @precal wrote all that, if you can't figure out a way to include 64 on your own, it tells me you didn't read it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you Both, and anybody that tried!
anonymous
  • anonymous
de nada @maddi
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol again mucho Gracias!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
:) no ay de queso no mas de papa
anonymous
  • anonymous
it from a tv show :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
That sentence is taken from an old mexican tv show, "Chespirito", very famous indeed and it is still on air! ...the sentence, right!, ok, the sentence doesn't make sense at all, it is like a game word, quite silly as the program itself. One of the characters says "gracias", the other one answers "no hay de que - so no más de papa". It is like "thank you - you're welcome".
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol...way off topic
anonymous
  • anonymous
it just a silly word game. Another one from the show he will ask a question And the person will respond with "digame licenciado" ( tell me lawyer which also means call me lawyer) And he will call him lawyer lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh sorry i just passionate about spanish :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think they do but it always empty :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
language is pretty unpopular :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
smart girl :D
precal
  • precal
I thought that was from "El chavo de ocho"??????@timo86m

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