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**cube root**

^{3}√a or 3rd root of a number

*b*is such that b

^{3}= a.

By definition, if

^{3}√a is multiplied

**three times**it gives

*b*as result.

The term is usually denoted with the √ symbol and the

**index 3**, but it can also be written in

**exponential form**with the

**base a**and the

**exponent 1/3**as explained further below on this page.

In this article you can learn everything about these numbers.

We also show you the properties along with examples of cube roots.

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Whereas in exponentiation elevating a number

*a*to the power of three means a

^{3}= b, the cbrt

*b*is defined as b = a

^{1/3}.

For example with a = 27 we get:

^{3}√27 = (3

^{3})

^{1/3}= 3

^{3/3}= 3

^{1}= 3.

In other words, the cube root of 27 is 3, because 3 times 3 times 3 is 27.

Likewise, the cube root of 8 = 2, and the cube root of 125 = 5.

In contrast to a square root, a cbrt

^{3}√a has only one real value:

³√a =b

## Symbol

The**third root**symbol is ³√x . This is called the radix sign with index 3.

In Microsoft Word you can use superscript to write the index of 3, along with the radical sign you can insert by means of the Insert –> Symbol menu.

More information about the root symbol can be found on our home page and in the next section.

## Cube Root Parts

The**parts**of a cube root are as follows:

The

**radix sign**indicates that it is a mathematical root, and the

**index**of three tells us that it is the 3rd root.

The number below the radix is called the

**radicand**.

The result of the mathematical operation is denoted by the equal sign and called the 3rd root.

## How to Find the Cube Root

The easiest way to find the cube root of a number is using a calculator like the one you can find in the first paragraph.In the absence of a calculator we recommend to use the

**guess and check method**:

- Find the two perfect cubes your number is between. The cbrt of your number must be between the roots of these perfect cubes.
- For example, to find ³√47 proceed as follows: 47 lies between the perfect cube of 3, 27, and the perfect cube of 4, 64. Therefore, ³√47 must be between ³√27 and ³√64, that is between 3 and 4.
- Build the sum of these two roots to obtain 7, and divide the result by 2 to get 3.5. Then raise it to the power of 3: (3.5)
^{3}= 42.875. The result is less than 47, so ³√47 must be bigger than 3.5. - Build the sum of 3.5 and 4, divide it by 2 and ^3 3.75 to obtain 52.734375. This is more than 47, so ³√47 must be less than 3.75.
- Next, build the sum of 3.5 and 3.75 and divide it by 2. Then elevate 3.625 to the power of 3 to obtain 47.634765625, a bit more than 47. Thus, ³√47 must be a bit less than 3.625.
- Proceeding in the same way until you are close enough to 3.6088… = ³√47

*how to find cube root*manually.

For methods of computing these numbers please follow the references link at the end of this page.

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## Properties

With= -a if a < 0 and a if ≥ 0

## Examples

We use the list of properties above to show you some examples in the order of appearance:## Cube Root of Negative Number

The**cube root of a negative number**is a negative number because the multiplication of any negative number with itself three times is negative.

As opposed to square roots, every number in

This can been seen easily by looking at the graph in the next section.

## Cube Root Function

Last, but not least, here is the cube root function f(x) =This function maps the set of real numbers onto their cube roots. In geometry, the function f(x) = ³√x maps the area of a cube to its side length.

## FAQs

Click on the question which is of interest to you to see the collapsible content answer.### Does a Cube Root Have Two Answers?

All real numbers ≠ 0 have exactly one real cube root, and, in addition, a pair of complex conjugate cube roots. 0 only has one cube root: 0.

### Is a Cube Root a Function?

In mathematics, a cube root is the concept of a number x such that ∛y = x; the corresponding function is: f(x) = ∛y.

### How Do You Write the Third Root?

The third root can be written as ∛x or x^(1/3).

### What are Real Cube Roots?

Real cube roots belong to the set of real numbers denoted using the symbol R.

### What Does Cube Mean?

In mathematics, a cube is the concept of a number y such that x³ = y.

### What Does Cube Root Mean?

In mathematics, a cube root is the concept of a number x such that ∛y = x.

### Table

Number | Cube | Cube Root |
---|---|---|

0 | 0 | 0 |

1 | 1 | 1 |

2 | 8 | 1.2599210499 |

3 | 27 | 1.4422495703 |

4 | 64 | 1.587401052 |

5 | 125 | 1.7099759467 |

6 | 216 | 1.8171205928 |

7 | 343 | 1.9129311828 |

8 | 512 | 2 |

9 | 729 | 2.0800838231 |

10 | 1000 | 2.15443469 |

11 | 1331 | 2.2239800906 |

12 | 1728 | 2.2894284851 |

13 | 2197 | 2.3513346877 |

14 | 2744 | 2.4101422642 |

15 | 3375 | 2.4662120743 |

16 | 4096 | 2.5198420998 |

17 | 4913 | 2.5712815907 |

18 | 5832 | 2.6207413942 |

19 | 6859 | 2.6684016487 |

20 | 8000 | 2.7144176166 |

21 | 9261 | 2.7589241764 |

22 | 10648 | 2.8020393307 |

23 | 12167 | 2.8438669799 |

24 | 13824 | 2.8844991406 |

25 | 15625 | 2.9240177382 |

26 | 17576 | 2.9624960684 |

27 | 19683 | 3 |

28 | 21952 | 3.0365889719 |

29 | 24389 | 3.0723168257 |

30 | 27000 | 3.107232506 |

31 | 29791 | 3.1413806524 |

32 | 32768 | 3.1748021039 |

33 | 35937 | 3.20753433 |

34 | 39304 | 3.2396118013 |

35 | 42875 | 3.2710663102 |

36 | 46656 | 3.3019272489 |

37 | 50653 | 3.3322218516 |

38 | 54872 | 3.3619754068 |

39 | 59319 | 3.391211443 |

40 | 64000 | 3.4199518934 |

41 | 68921 | 3.4482172404 |

42 | 74088 | 3.4760266449 |

43 | 79507 | 3.5033980604 |

44 | 85184 | 3.5303483353 |

45 | 91125 | 3.5568933045 |

46 | 97336 | 3.583047871 |

47 | 103823 | 3.6088260801 |

48 | 110592 | 3.6342411857 |

49 | 117649 | 3.65930571 |

50 | 125000 | 3.6840314986 |

51 | 132651 | 3.7084297693 |

52 | 140608 | 3.7325111568 |

53 | 148877 | 3.7562857542 |

54 | 157464 | 3.7797631497 |

55 | 166375 | 3.8029524608 |

56 | 175616 | 3.8258623655 |

57 | 185193 | 3.8485011313 |

58 | 195112 | 3.8708766406 |

59 | 205379 | 3.8929964159 |

60 | 216000 | 3.9148676412 |

61 | 226981 | 3.9364971831 |

62 | 238328 | 3.9578916097 |

63 | 250047 | 3.9790572079 |

64 | 262144 | 4 |

65 | 274625 | 4.0207257586 |

66 | 287496 | 4.0412400206 |

67 | 300763 | 4.0615481004 |

68 | 314432 | 4.0816551019 |

69 | 328509 | 4.1015659297 |

70 | 343000 | 4.1212852998 |

71 | 357911 | 4.1408177494 |

72 | 373248 | 4.1601676461 |

73 | 389017 | 4.1793391964 |

74 | 405224 | 4.1983364538 |

75 | 421875 | 4.2171633265 |

76 | 438976 | 4.2358235843 |

77 | 456533 | 4.2543208651 |

78 | 474552 | 4.2726586817 |

79 | 493039 | 4.290840427 |

80 | 512000 | 4.3088693801 |

81 | 531441 | 4.3267487109 |

82 | 551368 | 4.3444814858 |

83 | 571787 | 4.3620706715 |

84 | 592704 | 4.3795191399 |

85 | 614125 | 4.3968296722 |

86 | 636056 | 4.4140049624 |

87 | 658503 | 4.4310476217 |

88 | 681472 | 4.4479601811 |

89 | 704969 | 4.4647450956 |

90 | 729000 | 4.4814047466 |

91 | 753571 | 4.4979414453 |

92 | 778688 | 4.5143574355 |

93 | 804357 | 4.5306548961 |

94 | 830584 | 4.5468359438 |

95 | 857375 | 4.5629026354 |

96 | 884736 | 4.5788569702 |

97 | 912673 | 4.5947008922 |

98 | 941192 | 4.6104362921 |

99 | 970299 | 4.6260650092 |

100 | 1000000 | 4.6415888336 |

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