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How to solve x=y^(1/3)

asked 2012-05-10 10:27:28 -0500

Jamieofm gravatar image

This might be a trivial question. I am a Sage newbie. I have figured out so far how to get sage to solve equations like:

x==y^2 for y (answer - y=sqrt(x) x==y^3 for y (answer - y=x^(1/3)

But i cant get sage to solve x==y^(1/3) for example....essentially where the power is not an integer....possible ?


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answered 2012-05-10 10:49:09 -0500

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You may need to give it some assumptions. For example, the following will solve your equation.

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