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A number multiplied by itself three times in all.

The number is called a "cube root"

731 and 137

A number is cubed if it is multiplied by itself three times. e.g. x^3 = x*x*x

In mathematics, the word "power" usually refers to an operation where a number is multiplied by itself a certain number of times. For example, in the expression "2 to the power of 3," 2 is multiplied by itself three times, resulting in 2 * 2 * 2 = 8. The number being multiplied is called the base, and the number of times it is multiplied is called the exponent.

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The number is three.

The number is three.

A number multiplied by itself three times in all.

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The number is called a "cube root"

If x is the number, thenx multiplied by itself once is x*x,x multiplied by itself twice is x*x*x,x multiplied by itself three times is x*x*x*x,So it is the fourth root of 125 = 3.3437, approx.

731 and 137

A number, x, multiplied by itself once is x^2. It is NOT x.The number, x, multiplied by itself twice is then x^3.The number, x, multiplied by itself three times is then x^4.Thus x is the 4th root of 27.So x = 27^(1/4) = +/- 2.2795 and +/- 2.2795*i where i is the imaginary square root of -1.

It is a cube number as for example 3*3*3 = 27 which is a cube number.

A number multiplied by itself three times is a cube number. Examples are 2 x 2 x 2 or 23 = 8.

A number is cubed if it is multiplied by itself three times. e.g. x^3 = x*x*x

Approx 2.2795 A number multiplied by itself three times gives the fourth power, NOT the cube.