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Q: How do I find $4x+6y$ if $8x^3+27y^3+18xy=1$?

MIHIR SANGHVII found a question in my algebra textbook in which I have to find $4x+6y$ if $8x^3+27y^3+18xy=1$. I have tried to solve this question with factorization and other things but with no effect. Thanks, in advanced.

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Just wondering... in mod 24 time, there is no 12 midnight, nor 24 midnight.... it is 00:000 Is that extreme late night, or extreme early morning. In 12 hour clocks, there is actually a 12 noon (12:00:00) but at that instant from 11:59:59 to 12:00:00, am becomes pm. But time is continues, so can we even call it an instance in time??
No doubt, it's similar to how we measure temp, length, area, etc, circumference. Depending on the level of precision of the measure, it's a more accurate, or less accurate approximation of what is being measured.
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