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3√ (8 + 27) = 3√ (8) + 3√ (27).

Answer:

**False.**

Let us consider LHS = 3√ (8 + 27)

= 3√ (35)

Then, RHS = 3√8 + 3√27

= 2 + 3

= 5

By comparing LHS and RHS

LHS ≠ RHS

3√ (35) ≠ 5

"hello students welcome to lead q a video
session
i am saf your math tutor and question
for today is
3 root bracket of 8 plus 27
is equal to 3 root
8 plus 3 root 27
so just we need to see whether alice is
equal to rhs or not
or the equation is satisfying or not
so let us consider lhs first of all
this is our lhs that is 3 root 8 plus
27
so let us simplify it 3 under root
8 plus 27 is 35
now let us take rhs
rhs is equal to 3 root 8
plus 3 root 27
let us take 3 common that is root
8 plus root 27
so as you can see over here 3
root 8
that is equal to
3 into 4 root 2
plus 3 root 3.
12 root 2 plus 3 root
3 and that is not equal to lhs
so rhs is not equal to
lhs that is
12 root 2 plus 3 root 3
is not equal to 3 root
35 so if you have any queries you can
drop it in comment section
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