#### Answer

$$y=(x-1)^{2/3}-4$$

#### Work Step by Step

We set $x=t^3+1$. Solve for $t$ to get:
$t=(x-1)^{1/3}$
Now plug into the $y$ equation:
$$y= t^2-4=(x-1)^{2/3}-4$$

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$$y=(x-1)^{2/3}-4$$

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