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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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A number you can cube to give an answer bigger than 600 but smaller than 800?

9 x 9 x 9 = 729 9 cubed gives the answer 729 so the answer is 9 (please note 8 cubed is 512 and 10 cubed is 1000)


What number can you give an answer bigger than 400 and smaller then 600?

500


What is a number that you can cube to give a answer bigger than 400 but smaller than 600?

8 cubed is 512 - which meets the conditions of the question. Of course if you don't restrict it to integers, any number from about 7.368 to about 8.434 will also meet the conditions.


What is the number you can cube to give an answer bigger than 200 but smaller than 300?

10039906006


A number you can cube to give an answer bigger than 400 and smaller than 600?

Any number bigger than 7.37 and smaller than 8.43 will do that. There are an infinite number of them.


What number can you square to give the answer bigger than 700 but smaller then 800?

27


Write down a number you can cube to give an answer bigger than 200 but smaller than 400?

as i calculate it its 346, its the only cube number that's bigger than 200 but smaller than 400


What is the number you can cube to give an answer bigger than 600 but smaller than 800?

9 12 34


What is a number that you can square to give an answer bigger than 700 but smaller than 800?

27 squared is 729.


What square number can you give which is bigger then 300 but smaller then 400?

They are 324 and 361 which are both square numbers


What is a number you can square to give you an answer bigger than 10 but smaller than 30?

4 or 5


What cube number can give an answer bigger than 200 but smaller than 400?

How about 73 = 343 or 63 = 216


What cube number can give ananswer bigger than 400 but smaller than 600?

try maths.com but otherwise its 36


What number can you square to give the answer bigger than 200 but smaller then 300?

How about: 16*16 = 256 as one example


What number can you square to give the answer bigger than 700 but smaller than 800?

27 and 28 will both meet that criteria.


What is a number that you can cubeto give a ansewer bigger than 400 but smaller than 600?

-- Any number between 7.369 and 8.434-- The only whole number is 8 .


What is a number you can square to give an answer bigger than 800 and smaller than 900?

Really? are you that stupid? Anyway 29 squared = 841


What is a number that you can square to give an answer bigger than 900 but smaller than 1000?

The only integer answer is 31. 31^2 = 961.


What cube number can give an answer bigger than 200 but smaller than 300?

216 = 6 x 6 x 6


What is a number that you can square to give an answer bigger then 900 but smaller then 1000?

-- Any number between 30 and 31.6 will do that. -- If you're only looking for a whole number, then 31 is the only one.


What is a number you can cube to give an answer bigger than 600 and smaller than 800?

93 = 9 * 9 * 9 = 729800 > 729 > 600


What is a number you can square to give you a answer bigger than 200 but smaller than 400?

Take your choice from: 15 16 17 18 and 19


Which number can you cube to give an answer bigger than 600?

any number bigger than 8.435


Is 0.03 bigger than 0.94?

Actually, 0.03 is smaller than 0.94. The first decimal place on the first number which you give ( 0.03) is a zero. ( I have used Bold to indicate the decimal place that I am referring to, just to clarify.) Compare this with the first decimal place on the second number which you give (0.94), which is a 9. The second number has the higher number, which means that the second number that you give is bigger.


Give a answer bigger then 200 and smaller then 40?

The ordering of numbers prevents a valid answer.