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Tap for more steps... Use to rewrite as . The cube root of a number a is that number which when multiplied by itself three times gives the number ‘a’ itself. The real number cube root is the Principal cube root, but each real number cube root (zero excluded) also has a pair of complex conjugate roots, for example the other cube roots of 8 are -1 + √3i and -1 - √3i. Use the power rule to combine exponents. The cube root of 8 is 2 and the fourth root … Combine and simplify the denominator. Apply the power rule and multiply exponents, . Rewrite as . the cube root of 67 is about. Fourth Roots. Rewrite as . Evaluate cube root of 5/4. Evaluate cube root of 1/4. For Example, 2 3 =8, or the cube root of 8 is 2 3 3 = 27, or the cube root of 27 is 3 4 3 = 64, or the cube root of 64 is 4. Thanks for the article but the cube root of 9 is not 3 and the fourth root of 16 is not 4. See … To calculate any root of a number use our Nth Root Calculator. Add and . Use the point-slope form to write the equation of the tangent line at (64, 4). Solve for the cube root of a whole number. Rewrite as . Multiply and . Any root of is . Raise to the power of . For example, the cube root of 54, which factors into the cube root 3 x 3 x 3 x 2, is factored as the cube root of 3 x 3 x 3 times the cube root of 2. The symbol of the cube root is a 3 or $\sqrt{a}$ Some problems can be solved by simply writing them down, and this is one of those problems. Maybe stick with powers of 2 for the examples. Add and . Multiply by . In the third line of the above equation, you put the 4 in the front of the right side of the equation (instead of at the far right which might seem more natural) for two reasons. Tap for more steps... Use to rewrite as . Our cube root calculator will only output the principal root. Fourth root of 1 is ±1; Fourth root of 16 is ±2; Fourth root of 81 is ±3; Fourth root of 256 is ±4; Fourth root of 625 is ±5; Fourth root of 1296 is ±6 Since the cube of a number is that number multiplied by itself twice, the cube root of an expression x * x * x is equal to x. Use the power rule to combine exponents. Rewrite as . and the cube root of 63 is about. Combine and simplify the denominator. Raise to the power of . For complex or imaginary solutions use Simplify Radical Expressions Calculator. Multiply by . Multiply and .