Q: What is 4 raised to the third power?

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5 raised to the 3rd power is 125.

4 raised to the first power is just 4.

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

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

If a number raised to the second power is squared and raised to the third power is cubed, I'm going to take a guess and say that a number raised to the fourth power is tesseracted.

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4 4 raised to the third power is 64. 43 = 4 x 4 x 4 = 16 x 4 = 64

The fourth root of fifteen raised to the third power is 7.622 (rounded).

Four to the third power is 64.

5 raised to the 3rd power is 125.

(2)-1/3 x (4)-1/3 = (2 x 4)-1/3 = (8)-1/3 = 1/81/3 = 1/2

4 raised to the first power is just 4.

5349 raised to the third power is equal to 152,184,984,149.

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Yes. "Cubed" means the same as "raised to the third power".

The missing number in this sequence is 64, or 4 raised to the third power. You find the answer by noting that each number in the sequence is a counting number starting at 1 that is raised to the third power. For example, 2 raised to the third power (2 x 2 x 2) is 8.

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

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