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You can quickly produce such a table with Excel, for example. Put the numbers from 1-20 in column A, in cell B1, type: "=A1^(1/3)" (without the quotation marks), and copy down.

Q: What are the cube roots from 1-20?

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All numbers have cube roots (not necessarily integral cube roots) so every prime has cube roots.

Yes.

120 is the nearest cube: it is the cube of 1201/3 = approx 4.9324. What you probably wanted, but failed to ask for, was the nearest perfect cube. Then the answer is 125.

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All numbers have cube roots (not necessarily integral cube roots) so every prime has cube roots.

Yes.

there is no cube roots in negative

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120 m^3 = 120,000,000 cm^3.

120 is the nearest cube: it is the cube of 1201/3 = approx 4.9324. What you probably wanted, but failed to ask for, was the nearest perfect cube. Then the answer is 125.

The cube root of 0.064 is 0.4

Some calculators have a cube root function

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4.93242415

The answer depends on "different from WHAT?" Positive cube roots, or negative square roots?

For school you will need to learn how to find square and cube roots in order to have the needed prerequisites to answer progressively harder and more complex problems.