Let y be , then .
The second equation can be solved using a convenient notation too.
I am not sure how to even approach these two equations. Both of them have exponents that are a bit odd and I'm not even sure how to begin.
I must find all real solutions for these problems.
x^6-10x^3-96=0
and
x^2/3-2x^1/3-15=0
No decimals allowed.We have to put them in terms with whole numbers, radicals, i, or fractions.