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Posted by **Taurus** on Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 12:02am.

5(cube root of 16) + 2(cube root of 54)

5 times the cube root of 16 plus 2 times the cube root of 54.

I do not know how to type in the radical signs. Sorry.

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**Steve**, Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 12:15pm5∛16 + 2∛54

Try to find perfect cubes under the ∛

5∛(8*2) + 2∛(27*2)

5(∛8∛2) + 2(∛27∛2)

5(2∛2) + 2(3∛2)

10∛2 + 6∛2

16∛2

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