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1. y2/3 = 6x + 4lnx - 2

I have to give my answer in the form of y2 = g(x)

I find it tricky to convert y2/3 to y2.. Can someone show me how to do it?

Thanks
2. (Original post by sabre2th1)
y2/3 = 6x + 4lnx - 2

I have to give my answer in the form of y2 = g(x)

I find it tricky to convert y2/3 to y2.. Can someone show me how to do it?

Thanks
Take both side of equation on the 3rd power

For RHS use

where a=6x b=4lnx and c=-2

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