3√x -6=0
3 \sqrt{x } - 6 = 0


x=4 Add Six to both sides and get 3√x-6+6=0+6 Divide both sides by 3 and get x √2 Solve the square root and get x=2^2 Square both sides and get x=4  Plug in and get  3√x -6=0  Hope it helps

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