The cube root of a negative number is negative
The cube root of a negative number is negative.
Negative 2 (times) cube root of 54 = -7.55953 Negative 2 (plus) cube root of 54 = 1.77976
If the negative number is "-a", then you can say the cube root is "-(cube root of a)" Because if you cube a negative number, you get a negative number. So if you cube root a negative number, you get a negative number. Ex) cube root of -8 = -2 Because (-2)^3 = -8 But if you want to find the complex cube roots, you can make an equation: "x^3=-a" or "x^3+a=0" We know one of the roots is "-(cube root of a)" so you can factor the equation by (x+(cube root of a)) And then you use the quadratic formula for the quadratic equation you're left with. Ex) x^3=-8 or x^3+8=0 Since -2 is a root, factor it by (x+2) x^3+8=(x+2)(x^2-2x+4) Using the quadratic formula, you get "1+i√3" and "1-i√3" Therefore the three cube roots of -8 is <"-2", "1+i√3", "1-i√3">
The cube root of 8 is 2.
Yes as for example the cube root of -27 is -3
No, the cube root of -9 is an irrational number.
The cube root of 512 is 8
The cube root of -512 is: -8
They are not, other that the fact that any perfect square is a non-negative and so is also a cube root of some non-negative integer (usually much larger). But -2 is a cube root (of -8), while -8 is not a perfect square.
square root is 8 (8 x 8 = 64)cube root is 4 (4 x 4 x 4 = 64)
Cube root of -512 = -8