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# Algebra with Indicies

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Given that S=(R+D)^(1/3) and T=(R-D)^(1/3) where
D= square root(R^2+Q^3), show that ST=-Q

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An equality is proven. The proof is concise.

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Left hend side:
ST = (R+D)^(1/3) * (R-d)^(1/3)
=> ST = [(R+D)*(R-D)]^(1/3)
=> ...

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