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April 16, 2014

Posted by **Jennifer** on Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 3:45pm.

cube root of (x+2)=6th root of (9x+10)

A. -1, 6

B. [-13 +/- sqrt(193)]/2

C. 1, -6

D. [13 +/- sqrt(145)]/2

Please explain how to solve this. Should you cube both sides, or raise both to the 6th? and I get lost trying to do more than square a radical. i'd show my "work" which is basically nonsense but it's useless because I honestly have no idea how to solve this.

thanks in advance for the help. having an example of how to solve these kinds of problems would help me a lot, so if you can step by step would be great.

- math-radical equations -
**Damon**, Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 5:08pmI did it later above

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