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Hi. How to you solve 6.3*10^-4=4x^3 on a calculator? What buttons or functions do you press on the calculator to solve this

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    Your calculator cannot solve this problem for you. All you need is a knowledge of basic algebra and exponets:

    6.3*10^-4 = 4x^3.
    Divide both sides by 4:
    x^3 = 1.575*10^-4
    Take cube root of both sides:
    (x^3)^(1/3) = (1.575*10^-4)^(1/3)
    X = 1.1635*0.046416 = 0.05401.

    Note: You can take the cube root of a
    number by raising it to the 3rd power.

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