Algebra
posted by Soly .
Could you please help me with some math problems? Thanks!
Add or subtract terms wherever possible.
1. 2 cube root of 135 + cube root of 455
2.y cube root of 24  cube root of 192xy^3
none of your numbers in the cube roots in either question can be "broken down" to produce like terms, so you cannot add or subtract them
eg. cuberoot(455) = cuberoot((5)(7)(13))
which gets you nowhere.
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