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    Lightbulb Algebra

    If $\displaystyle P=2^{\frac{1}{3}}+2^{\frac{2}{3}}+2$,Find out the value for $\displaystyle p^3-6p^2+6p$?

    In this case,
    I named $\displaystyle p^{\frac{1}{3}}$=a
    Then,
    $\displaystyle p^2(p-6)+6p$
    $\displaystyle (a+a^2+2)^2(a+a^2-4)+6(a+a^2+2)$

    Then I can't solve think i might take long time to solve so please give me another idea to solve this?
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    Re: Algebra

    There could be a simpler method but at the moment I am giving basic Algebra-indeces.pngalgebraic method.
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    Re: Algebra

    Thanks a lot<<<>>>>
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