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Public  05/25/14  8xp  Math  46.2% 
Let's define :
R2(x) = x^(1/2) (Square root)
R3(x) = x^(1/3) (Cubic root)
We can simplify the following expression:
R3(R3(2)1) as
R3(1/9)R3(2/9) + R3(4/9)
Latex code
$$ \sqrt[3]{\sqrt[3]{2}1} = \sqrt[3]{1/9}\sqrt[3]{2/9} \sqrt[3]{4/9} $$
Can you simplify R2(R3(3645)R3(2916))?
Latex code
$$ \sqrt {\sqrt[3]{3645}\sqrt[3]{2916}} $$
Format answer: a linear combination of radicands in increasing order using functions R2, R3 and without spaces.
Hint: The anwser involves only small integers ...
R2(x) = x^(1/2) (Square root)
R3(x) = x^(1/3) (Cubic root)
We can simplify the following expression:
R3(R3(2)1) as
R3(1/9)R3(2/9) + R3(4/9)
Latex code
$$ \sqrt[3]{\sqrt[3]{2}1} = \sqrt[3]{1/9}\sqrt[3]{2/9} \sqrt[3]{4/9} $$
Can you simplify R2(R3(3645)R3(2916))?
Latex code
$$ \sqrt {\sqrt[3]{3645}\sqrt[3]{2916}} $$
Format answer: a linear combination of radicands in increasing order using functions R2, R3 and without spaces.
Hint: The anwser involves only small integers ...
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