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Raising a number to the third power is referred to as cubed.

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What is raising the number to the third power called?

It is loosely called "cubing" the number.


Used to indicate the operation of raising to a power?

You indicate it with a superscript on the number. For example, a to the third power is a3


What is -5 to the third power?

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).


What is the general rule for raising a number to the power of 1?

Raising a number to the power of 1 doesn't change the number.


Term for raising to the third power?

cube/cubed


What is it called when raising a number to the second power?

Taking a number to the second power is known as "squaring" the number.


Why is a cube number called a cube number?

To calculate the volume of a cube, you use the third power of the length, so for example, if the length of an edge of a cube is 3" then the volume is 3x3x3 = 27 cubic inches. As a result, any time a number is raised to the third power, we can call it cubed, much as raising it to the second power is that number squared.


What is a number produced by raising a base to and exponent?

A power.


What is a rule for raising a negative number into a power number?

The answer depends on the power number. If, for example, the power number is -0.5, then there is no rule in real numbers.


A number produced by raising a base to an exponent?

A number produced by raising a base to an exponent is called?


What is a number raised to the third power called?

When you raise a number to the third power, you get the 'cube' of the original number.


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