solve (x+1)^3/2=27

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solve (x+1)^3/2=27

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hii @wade.ness Is your question \(\Large (x+1)^{3/2}=27 \) or \(\Large \frac{(x+1)^3}{2}=27 \)?
I was asking a clarification question, I know what it means xD
oh, I am so sorry Lui.

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it's the first part, there is no division
(x+1) to the power of 3/2 = 27
Okay, so what you could do first is what @Loser66 suggested, changing 27 to an exponent, so: \(\Large (x+1)^{3/2} =3^3 \) Now, to cancel the exponent multiply by it's reciprocal: \(\Large [(x+1)^{3/2}]^{2/3} =(3^3)^{2/3} \) Do you know how to multiply exponents?
yeah
so i get x+1=9 and i subtract one so x=8
yup
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