# SOLUTION: I don't know if I am inputting this correctly, but I will try.... Use only radicals in answer: ^3(radical sign)-54x^15y^6 (all are under radical except ^3)

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 Question 59274: I don't know if I am inputting this correctly, but I will try.... Use only radicals in answer: ^3(radical sign)-54x^15y^6 (all are under radical except ^3)Answer by funmath(2925)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I haven't found an easy way of indicating cubed roots either. I've used: \3/ Find the perfect cubes within the radical sign. \3/ \3/ Take the perfect cubes out and leave the rest inside the radical sign. -3x^5*y^2\3/ -3x^5y^2 the cubed root of 2. Happy Calculating!!!