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Given P and q are two perfect cubes, will (p-q)^6 be a perfect cube?

Note by Arun Kaushik 3 years, 4 months ago

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any number raised to the sixth power will be a perfect cube as its cubic root will equal to that number raised to the power of two. a-b=c , c^6 = d , cubic root of d = c^2

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Solution to this problem is highly appreciated.THanks in advance.

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TopNewestany number raised to the sixth power will be a perfect cube as its cubic root will equal to that number raised to the power of two. a-b=c , c^6 = d , cubic root of d = c^2

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Solution to this problem is highly appreciated.THanks in advance.

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