Q: What is the only one digit number that is both a square and a cube?

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729

· it has 2 digits · it is a square number (8 x 8 = 64) · it is a cube number (4 x 4 x 4 = 64)

I am pretty sure you can figure this out on your own. Raise different numbers to the square, until you get a 4-digit result. Similary, calculate the cube of different numbers, until you get a 4-digit number. If you want the SAME number to be both a perfect square and a perfect cube, then it must be a power of 6. In that case, just experiment raising different numbers to the sixth power, until you get a 4-digit number.

To be both, a cube and a square, the number would have to be a 6th power. 26 = 64 is too small 46 = 4096 is too large So the only possibility is 36 = 729

It is both because 1,000,000 is a perfect cube and a perfect square number

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729

· it has 2 digits · it is a square number (8 x 8 = 64) · it is a cube number (4 x 4 x 4 = 64)

729, cube of 9 and square of 27

729 because 93 and 272 hope this helps!!!

64 is. And I regret that I have no clue what you mean by "deatils prosure".

I am pretty sure you can figure this out on your own. Raise different numbers to the square, until you get a 4-digit result. Similary, calculate the cube of different numbers, until you get a 4-digit number. If you want the SAME number to be both a perfect square and a perfect cube, then it must be a power of 6. In that case, just experiment raising different numbers to the sixth power, until you get a 4-digit number.

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729

It is: 1,000,000

I don't think there is only one number, but, 64 is one. Because: - 8X8 and 4X4X4. Both equal 64

To be both, a cube and a square, the number would have to be a 6th power. 26 = 64 is too small 46 = 4096 is too large So the only possibility is 36 = 729

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