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I don't get it, and when X=2, y=?

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There are several useful comments on this inquiry.  First, "X3" is probably intended to be "X^3" - the '^' (Shift+6) symbol is used for exponentiation.  It is also good to comment that all variables are case-sensitive and fortunately each of the variables is uppercase, so that is fine.  Finally, to solve the equation for a specific value of 'x', replace 'x' with the numeric value in parentheses, which for '2' is '(2)':

https://doyourmath.com/redirect/174/3f55d74973c0ac77c742ad7033610d42?q=c%3Dsolve%26v1%3DY%25253D3%25255Cleft%2525282%25255Cright%252529%25255E3-%25255Cleft%2525282%25255Cright%252529%25255E2%252B3%25255Cleft%2525282%25255Cright%252529-6%26v2%3Dsolve%26v3%3DY%3C%2Fp%3E

Y=20

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