# Cube Root of 339

The cube root of 339 is the number, which multiplied by itself three times, is 339.

In other words, the cube of this number equals three hundred and thirty-nine.

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On this page we also show you what the parts of cbrt 339 are called, and in addition to the terminology, we also have a calculator you don’t want to miss.

Read on to learn everything about the 3rd root of 339.\sqrt{339} = 6.97268264894006 Thus, the cube root of 339 is the inverse operation of ^3:

\sqrt{339}\times \sqrt{339} \times \sqrt{339}= \sqrt{339}^{3}= 339

The term can also be written as \sqrt{339} \hspace{3 mm}o\hspace{3 mm} 339^{1/3}

In contrast to square roots, which have two roots, a cube root like 339 only has one real number value, sometimes called the principal cube root of three hundred and thirty-nine.

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Here’s the square root of 339.

## What is the Cube Root of 339

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\sqrt[n]{a}= b
n = index, 3 is the index.
b = root = 6.97268264894006

\sqrt{339}= 6.97268264894006

Now you really know all about the \sqrt{339}, its value, parts and the inverse operation.

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To sum up,

\sqrt{339} = 6.97268264894006

There is only one real cube root of 339, there are no such things as multiple cube roots of 339 in \mathbb{R}.

And make sure to understand that cbrt 339 and 339 cubed, 339 x 339 x 339 = 38958219, are not the same.