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    Easy problem my book dosn't explain.

    If R^3 = 351. what is the value of 4r^3.

    Please explain in detail, I r bad at maths. Thanks!
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    Until they give you some way to relate R and r, there is no way to proceed. Sorry!
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    sorry about the cap and lower case, the R's were the same

    If R to the power of 3 = 351
    What is the value of 4 times R to the power of 3?

    if that explains it better

    the answer is 1404, or at least that what the answer key says.
    How do they get the answer???
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    Quote Originally Posted by razehell View Post
    sorry about the cap and lower case, the R's were the same

    If R to the power of 3 = 351
    What is the value of 4 times R to the power of 3?

    if that explains it better

    the answer is 1404, or at least that what the answer key says.
    How do they get the answer???
    r^3 = 351

    4r^3 = 4\times 351.
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    omg im dumb, i was over complicating it. THANKS!!!!! lol
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