Algebra II
posted by Liz .
Please help! I am stuck on this one.
Need to simplify the expression. Assuming all variables are real numbers.
∛(27(x+2)^3)
my answer
=3x+6
not sure is this is correct.

since 27 = 3^3, the result is 3(x+2), so you are correct
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