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anonymous
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Ahh okay, let me ask you this. What would you do if that was a square root sign?
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the answer is -2x but I don't know why?
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yeah but there is a negative number in the square root
anonymous
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But with a cubed root thats okay!
anonymous
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CUBE root. Not square root.
anonymous
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You can have negative signs under a cube root.
anonymous
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Because think about this, -2*-2*-2 what does it equal?
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-8
anonymous
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Right. So the CUBE root of that is -2.
anonymous
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Right now whats -8/-2/-2/-2?
anonymous
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You CAN take cube roots of negative signs with not issue.
anonymous
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without an*
anonymous
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Sorry for jumping in btw opensessame*
anonymous
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Dido is right, because a negative times a negative is a positive and a positive times a negative is a negative!
anonymous
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Its fine dido:)

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