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V= x^3

For variable m and n, the word "square" means m2 and "cube" means m3. The equation becomes m2 - n3 = 16.

A radical equation is one that involves square root (or possibly other roots eg. cube roots, etc.).

It is an equation containing a fractional power. Square roots and cube roots are typical examples but any fraction - positive or negative - will result in a radical equation.

To get rid of a cubed number in an equation, you need to take its cube root. For example, if you have x raised to the third power is equal to 2 raised to the third power, then one takes the cube root of both sides of the equation to find that x is equal to 2.

radical equations have sq roots, cube roots etc. Quadratic equations have x2.

V=lbh (length x breadth x height)

We can rely on this equation:- "1000 litres=1 metre cube"

height by width Ex H5 by W5 = Area 25

There is no volume of a square, but a cube has volume and its equation is V=lenght*width*height or because all of the sides are equal for a cube side*side*side

A cube has equal sides. If one side is equal to 3 feet.... The equation: V = X*X*X (or Xcubed)

The equation of the volume of a cube is s^3, where 's' is the length of one edge. So the edge would be the cubed root of the volume. In your case, the cube root of 200. Which is 5.848 (approx).

y = c*x3 where c is the constant of proportionality.

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">

First, this is an expression, not an equation. As far as simplifying it, it's pretty much simplified as much it can be.

For example if x3 = 27 then cube root both sides gives the solution of x = 3

The equation for the volume of a cube is V=L3 where L is the length of the side (in your case 10). So, you can find the volume by taking 10*10*10.

2VdV + 2PdP + 3T2dT (this is an expression, not an equation because there is no equals sign)

You have to solve the following equation: x3 = 360cm3 x = 3sqrt(360cm3) = 7.11cm. That is, a cube 7.11 cm in length. Note that you have to take the 3rd root of 360 to get the answer.

Your question is a bit confusing but i would say (7-x)3

molarity is the number of moles dissolved per volume of a solution in dm cube molarity=mass of solute in gram __________________ 1 * _________________ molecular mass of solute volume of solution in dm cube OR molarity=no.of moles ________________ volume of solution in dm cube

To tackle this you first need to know the equations for both volume and surface area. The surface area of a cube is 6x2 where x is the side length. The volume of the cube is x3. Thus x is the cube root of the volume. We can substitute this in to the surface area equation and say that the surface area of a cube is 6volume2/3 This can also be rearranged to say that the volume of the cube is (the surface area/6)1.5

Krumbein's sphericity determines the roundness of a rock. The forumal is the cube root of DsDi/Di^2

To find the volume of a cube you must do the equation V= L x W x H ( Lenght, Width, Height) so 4x2x3 is 24 cubic cm.

Divide the other side of the equation by 15 and then get the cube root of it. For example if 15X^3 = 1875 then X^3 = 1875 / 15 = 125 th cube root of 125 = 5