Posted by **blake** on Monday, October 2, 2006 at 5:54pm.

the two-digit number whose cube root is the square root of the sum of its digits

THe cube root of 27 is 3.

Only two possible answers; 27 or 64

Looks fairly obvious.

2+7 = 9. Sqrt 9 = 3 and (27)^1/3 = 3. check.

6+ 4 = 10. sqrt 10 = 3+ and (64)^1/3 = 4

doesn't check. or have I missed something.

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