Algebra 8th grade please help!!!!!!

Using the numbers 5, 8, and 24, create a problem using no more than four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square, square root, cube, cube root) where the solution will be an irrational number. Explain why the result of your operations is an irrational number.

Please, i need help!!!

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  1. Man, if you toss in a √ or ∛, almost any combination of the numbers will be irrational.

    √(5*8*24)

    ∛(5+8+24)

    ∛5/8+√24

    and so on

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  2. Thank you!!

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  3. tysm Steve

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  4. You have saved my math grade steve tysm thanks to you i got 10/10 on that typing question thank you. im so glad that we have some people that actually pay attention in school :D

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  5. btw these are the answers for all of the test for the multiple choice questions

    D
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    C
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    hope this helped :D

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  6. everyone has different answers. idk if those are right

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  7. what is right

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  8. just a question but have ya'll ever thought about going through and looking for all of the answers to the questions from different people and write them down to get your correct answers?

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  9. My grade is in your hands Steve

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