Posted by **David Vader Smith Wise Brown** on Monday, October 17, 2011 at 10:41am.

Let k be a positive integer and p a prime number. Show that if p^2 is a factor of k, but p^3 is not a factor of k, this implies that k^(1/3) is not a rational number.

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