# algebra 2

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evaluate if possible

1. square root -121

A not a real number

2. 3cube-8/27
would this be
3cube -2/3

number 1 is correct i've had that one in my homeworks previously.

number two i am not sure how it would actually look

3^3+ (-8)/(27)= If so to reduce it I have to agree with your answer.

the square root of 121 is 11 ..
11 * 11 = 121

unless you mean NEGATIVE 121?

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