# Cube Root of 48400

The cube root of 48400 is the number, which multiplied by itself three times, is 48400.

In other words, the cube of this number equals forty-eight thousand, four hundred.

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On this page we also show you what the parts of cbrt 48400 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 48400.\sqrt{48400} = 36.4430838719158 Thus, the cube root of 48400 is the inverse operation of ^3:

\sqrt{48400}\times \sqrt{48400} \times \sqrt{48400}= \sqrt{48400}^{3}= 48400

The term can also be written as \sqrt{48400} \hspace{3 mm}o\hspace{3 mm} 48400^{1/3}

In contrast to square roots, which have two roots, a cube root like 48400 only has one real number value, sometimes called the principal cube root of forty-eight thousand, four hundred.

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Here’s the square root of 48400.

## What is the Cube Root of 48400

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By reading on you can additionally learn how its parts are called.

\sqrt[n]{a}= b
n = index, 3 is the index.
b = root = 36.4430838719158

\sqrt{48400}= 36.4430838719158

Now you really know all about the \sqrt{48400}, its value, parts and the inverse operation.

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To sum up,

\sqrt{48400} = 36.4430838719158

There is only one real cube root of 48400, there are no such things as multiple cube roots of 48400 in \mathbb{R}.

And make sure to understand that cbrt 48400 and 48400 cubed, 48400 x 48400 x 48400 = 113379904000000, are not the same.