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    How to solve this when it's power of a fraction

    How would you solve this equation

    10x^(2/3)+4x^(1/3)-48=0

    duno how to set fraction power with the math thing on this website.

    answer should be x=8 or -13.824

    please show step by step method!

    many thanks!
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    Let u = x^{\frac{1}{3}}

    10u^2+4u-48 = 0

    Can you solve the quadratic
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    oh my days, my stupid moment always come.
    many thanks!
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