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how do you find the real cube roots of -64?

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  1. itsmylife Group Title
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    you cant , its a complex number if your going for root of it

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  2. confusedstudent2012 Group Title
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    i think it will be 8 i

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  3. itsmylife Group Title
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    nope

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  4. itsmylife Group Title
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    4i

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  5. itsmylife Group Title
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    4*4*4=64 but still thats a complex number

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    yes, i was thinking sqaure for some reason. 4i

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  7. jessica824 Group Title
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    thank you!!

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  8. confusedstudent2012 Group Title
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    but that's an imaginary number not a "real" root

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  9. itsmylife Group Title
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    ;)

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  10. jessica824 Group Title
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    what about -27/216??

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  11. itsmylife Group Title
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    4 is cube root of 64 and since its -64 so its an imaginary number i never said its real

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  12. itsmylife Group Title
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    n @jessica824 you can find it

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  13. jessica824 Group Title
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    i dont know how

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  14. confusedstudent2012 Group Title
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    no, i wasn't saying you said anything. I was responding the the original question from the original poster where the person asked about a "real" root.

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    @itsmylife -4 should be the cube root of -64.\[\large (-4)(-4)(-4)=-64\] I'm not sure why you're thinking it would be complex, did you confuse it with the square root? :o\[\large (4i)(4i)(4i)=-64i\]

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  16. itsmylife Group Title
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    aha my honest mistake thanks for correcting me @zepdrix

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    Happens to all of us c: those darn brain farts! heh

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  18. itsmylife Group Title
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    lol :P

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