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The cubed root of 27 is 3.

The cubed root of 8 is 2.

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no, -6 is the cube root of -216.

There are 3 cube roots and these are:the real root -1.2599and the complex roots 0.6300 - 1.0911i and its conjugate, 0.6300 + 1.0911i.

There are 3 cube roots of 27. There are 2 square roots of 27 ( or any real number ). There are 4 fourth roots of 27 and so on:)

The real cube root of 1 is 1, since 13 = 1. There also a pair of complex cube roots.

The square roots of negative numbers.

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there is no cube roots in negative

The cube root of 0.064 is 0.4

0.07

3√0.125 = 0.5 (there is only 1 real cube root of 0.125).

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no, -6 is the cube root of -216.

They are 0.5 : it is a triple root.

Any real number - positive or negative - has exactly one real cube root. Any real number (except zero) has three cubic roots in the complex numbers; but only one of them is real.

The cube root of 1.728 is 1.2

There are 3 cube roots and these are:the real root -1.2599and the complex roots 0.6300 - 1.0911i and its conjugate, 0.6300 + 1.0911i.

yes, you can find a real root to the cube root of any negative real number. There will also be two complex roots which satisfy it, as well.

There are 3 cube roots of 27. There are 2 square roots of 27 ( or any real number ). There are 4 fourth roots of 27 and so on:)