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Cube Root

Cube Root by Prime Factorization Method Cube Root by Shortcut Method

Before you study about Cube Root, you are adviced to read:

What are Cube Numbers ?

In simple way, we can say that: Finding Cube root is the opposite of finding Cube Numbers
Or we can also say that: Cube root is the inverse operation of finding a Cube number

E.g. Cube of 9 is equals to 729 and Cube root of 729 is 9

Cube Root is denoted by the symbol
e.g.

  125   = 5
  729   = 9
  1331   = 11


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