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### 1 Comment. ### Add your comment here. It is a good method,but my question is that,according to this . . .

1K - last updated 2011-03-17 13:13 UTC by 49.138.5.45

CubeRoots

= Cube Roots = A cube is any number raised to the third power (the cube of X would be X*X*X or X^3^). . . .

3K - last updated 2009-06-14 10:26 UTC by 192.168.1.1

CubingNumbers

= Cubing 1- or 2-Digit Numbers = Cubing a number is the raising of the number to the third power. In . . . My Equal | | | | | | | | == Other Resources == **CubeRoots**[[BR]] FifthRoots == Etymology of the Table . . .

7K - last updated 2010-03-23 18:03 UTC by aIvanov

FifthRoots

= Introduction = Taking a number to the fifth power means multiplying a number times itself four more . . . == Other Resources == CubingNumbers[[BR]] **CubeRoots** . . .

8K - last updated 2013-11-29 16:35 UTC by ralf

HomePage

= Mentat Wiki = This wiki is a collaborative environment for exploring ways to become a better thinker. . . . Roots and Powers: SquareRoots, SquaringNumbers, **CubeRoots**, CubingNumbers, FifthRoots * Feats: KnightsTourMath, . . .

4K - last updated 2011-09-07 05:16 UTC by RonHaleEvans

SquareRoots

= Introduction = When you multiply a number times itself, the result is called a square number. The square . . . next digit will be small. == Other Resources == **CubeRoots**[[BR]] CubingNumbers[[BR]] FifthRoots[[BR]] . . .

7K - last updated 2010-03-23 18:03 UTC by aIvanov

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