# SOLUTION: How do you simplify the following: 1. 3rd order radical of 432x^8 (instead of square root it is the cube root) 2. Solve: Square Root (2x+6)= 2 Square Root x Thank you

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Equations Question 26508: How do you simplify the following: 1. 3rd order radical of 432x^8 (instead of square root it is the cube root) 2. Solve: Square Root (2x+6)= 2 Square Root x Thank youAnswer by stanbon(57984)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!#1 (432*8)^(1/3)= 8^(1/3)[8*27]^(1/3)=8^(1/3)*8^(1/3)*7^(1/3)=2*2*3=12 #2 sqrt(2x+6)=2sqrt(x) Square both sides to get: 2x+6=4(x) Subtract 2x from both sides to get: 2x=6 Divide by "2" to get: x=3 Cheers, stan H.