What English expression is used to immediately correct a misspoken word in English speaking?
The cube root of 1331 is, 12; _____, 11.
I'm thinking of these, but I have no idea which one would be appropriate:
no, I mean,
According to Oxford Online Dictionary, rather means:
3.1 More precisely.
I walked, or rather limped, the two miles home
The technology, or rather the people behind it, are getting smarter.
Our goal is to not just to survive, but, rather, to thrive in the society of the future.
So I think you can use rather in your sentence with or without or:
The cube root of 1331 is, 12; (or) rather, 11.