12th grade
posted by gav .
solve (24e)^1/3 / (3e)^1/3

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Math, not "12th grade" 
Writeacher
Yah please don't write false titles or the like you might make people confused and they might not answer your wuestion right away. But anyway do the "e" mean exponent?
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12th grade 
Anonymous
Writeacher, I think gav means e, the mathematical constant (2.71...)
since both numerator and denominator are raised by 1/3, we can group them up like so:
[(24e)/(3e)]^(1/3)
then simplify.. get it?
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