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Whoops. Denominator should be \[3\sqrt[3]{x}\]

Why am I getting \[5x+4\]
as opposed to\[\frac{ 5x+4 }{ 3\sqrt[3]{x} }\]
?

just take the LCM of denominator and u wl get the answer

u got the correct numerator but u forgot the denominator

What does that mean, dude? I know that. You're kind of unclear.

I'm just curious why, unless I broke math, lol, my method isn't as valid.

Line number?

yours is ok but you combine the terms, so you need to get a common denominator of 3x ^ 1/3

\[x^{2/3}=\frac{3x}{3x^{1/3}}\]

3x + 2(2+x) = 3x + 4 + 2x = 5x + 4
thats you numerator

Give me just a minute to mull over this, mind being blown.

lolk

\[x^{2/3}*3x^{1/3}/3x^{1/3}=3x/3x^{1/3}\]

\[3x/3x^{1/3}+2(2+x)/3x^{1/3}=(5x+4)/3x^{1/3}\]

@Meepi: Just saw your reponse, gimme a sec to read, my bad

*headdesk*

it is ok

Yup, better just not do that EVER again, lmao.