In Ab-surd!, we explored rationalising the denominators of fractions with square roots.

What would happen if instead of square roots, we had cube roots?

Can you rationalise the denominator of \(\dfrac{1}{\sqrt[3]{2}}\)?

In Ab-surd!, we explored rationalising the denominators of fractions with square roots.

What would happen if instead of square roots, we had cube roots?

Can you rationalise the denominator of \(\dfrac{1}{\sqrt[3]{2}}\)?