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# let x and y be positive integers and n= x ^y If n + sqrt n +

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01 Aug 2003, 10:53
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let x and y be positive integers and n= x ^y
If n + sqrt n + cube root n =76 Then x cannot equal?

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01 Aug 2003, 11:23
For example, x cannot equal 1.
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01 Aug 2003, 12:34
I think there is information missing.

I got X^y= 38 so X cannot be ..........more than one option
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01 Aug 2003, 16:08
MBA04 wrote:
I think there is information missing.

I got X^y= 38 so X cannot be ..........more than one option

Huh?

i got n = 64 which means that x could be 2, 4, or 8.
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