Please help with this question. Please show every step of the solution. MEDALS WILL BE APLENTY!!!

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really soz ill post my question in a sec

here it is

thanks guys in advance

Find the cube of both sides =.=

ugh you couldnt have written that =_= :p lol anyway substitute x

that should be your first step

just take cube of both sides and factor 6 out lol

yeh i have done all that but i can't seem to get the answer

\(\Large \color{Black}{\Rightarrow (a + b)^3 = a^3 + b^3 + 3ab^2 + 3a^2b }\)

It's not equal to 4! If you multiply it will equal 4

Yes use the formula @ParthKohli gave you.

substute x is still the first step...something is wrong with my algebra today @_@ lol

@lgbasallote I can teach you algebra xD

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i just answered 10 algebra questions wrong o.O what is wrong with me =_= lol

\[\large (\sqrt[3]{2}+\sqrt[3]{4})^3=\sqrt[3]{2^3}+3*\sqrt[3]{2^2}*\sqrt[3]4+3*\sqrt[3]2*\sqrt[3]{4^2}+\sqrt[3]{4^3}\]\[\large=2+3*\sqrt[3]{16}+3*\sqrt[3]{16}+4\]\[\large=6+6*\sqrt[3]{16}=6(1+\sqrt[3]{16})\]That's the closest I can get.

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