as i calculate it its 346, its the only cube number that's bigger than 200 but smaller than 400
it is 343
It is not clear whether or not "between" is to be consider to include either or both of those two numbers. In any case, the solution is not too different in each case. Let's assume that the perfect cube being sought is strictly smaller than the larger of the two numbers given. We take the cube root of that number and round it downward to the nearest integer and then cube it. If that number is greater than (or equal in case "between" is inclusive) to the smaller of the two numbers, then that is the perfect cube being sought. If it is smaller than the smaller of the two numbers, there is no such perfect cube.
try maths.com but otherwise its 36
The cube of 9 is 729, as a few moments of calculation would have shown you.
Decimals occupy the spaces between whole numbers; they are bigger than some, and smaller than some others.
Any number between their respective cuberoots. That is, any number between (approx) 8.434 and 9.283
How about 73 = 343 or 63 = 216
63 = 216 OR 73 = 343.
-- Any number between 5.849 and 7.368 can do that. -- If you only want whole numbers, then 6 and 7 are the ones.
No, it is never bigger than the smaller number.
No, it is never bigger than the smaller one.
a 10 inch cube is bigger than a 5 inch cube
How about 8 cubed = 512
no, all negative numbers are smaller than positive numbers
216 = 6 x 6 x 6
Square numbers that are bigger than 600 and smaller than 800 include 625, 676, 729 and 784
9 12 34
There is no number that is both smaller than 400 and larger than 600 - if it is smaller than 400 then it must be smaller than 600 since 400 is smaller than 600, similarly if it is larger than 600 then it must be larger than 400 since 600 is larger than 400. Assuming you mean larger than 400 and smaller than 600, then there are 199 such whole numbers than you can cube: 401, 402, 403, ..., 599 can all be cubed, giving 64481201, 64964808, 65450827, ..., 214921799. I guess that the question you are really asking is: What number between 400 and 600 is a perfect cube? The answer is 8³ = 512.
There are an infinite amount of numbers between 5.6 and 5.66
well look at the decimals if the first is bigger than its usally bigger the more numbers the smaller it is
I suspect the answer you are looking for is an outlier.