Raising a number to the third power is referred to as cubed.
It is loosely called "cubing" the number.
You indicate it with a superscript on the number. For example, a to the third power is a3
A power term.
You find the length of one side and take it to the third power. Vcube = (length of side)3
The common term for raising a base to the second power is to square it.Base^2
(23)4 = 4096 This is because raising a power to a power multiplies the exponents, therefore, (23)4 = 212
Try raising different numbers to the third power. Try -6.35^3
Neither is greater, because 1 yard is the same as 3 feet. So raising either to the same power will produce the same answer.
This is related to the formula to find the volume of a cube (raise the length of the side to the third power).
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Raising a number to the third power is the same as multiplying the number with itself, in such a way that there are a total of 3 factors. In this case, (-5) x (-5) x (-5).