Posted by **Gina** on Saturday, October 7, 2006 at 12:45pm.

If k=-4 then the value of (2k)^3-2k^3 is?

Nevermind. That was an easy question. I got it. If you would still like to answer go ahead. It will help verify.

subts k= -4 in where you see K

kinda simple

it should look like 2(-4)^3 - 2(-4)^3

You can do the rest

Thanx Kim.

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