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posted by Alaina .
this is wrong. but can you explain how to correct it? thanks
use differential of x^1/3 to approximate solution to (1/cube root(7.952))
differential: df= 1/3(x^(4/3)) * dx
df= 1/48 * 0.0048
df= 0.001
0.500  0.001 = 0.499
but this is wrong.

dx = 0.048
df = 0.001 
This is also what I entered, yet it is wrong
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