# How do you simplify #root(3)432#?

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To simplify ( \sqrt[3]{432} ), you can factorize 432 into prime factors and then take the cube root of each factor:

[ 432 = 2^4 \times 3^3 ]

Now, take the cube root of each factor:

[ \sqrt[3]{432} = \sqrt[3]{2^4 \times 3^3} ]

[ = \sqrt[3]{2^3 \times 2 \times 3^3} ]

[ = 2 \times \sqrt[3]{2 \times 3^3} ]

[ = 2 \times \sqrt[3]{54} ]

So, ( \sqrt[3]{432} ) simplifies to ( 2\sqrt[3]{54} ).

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