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I've written it as x=2y^3+3y+2 and am trying to solve for y, but I can't seem to factor anything out correctly.

Anyone see how this can be solved?

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I've written it as x=2y^3+3y+2 and am trying to solve for y, but I can't seem to factor anything out correctly.

Anyone see how this can be solved?

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https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=47117

Is this a pre-calc problem???

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It's a problem I just came up with and tried to solve :/

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