The cube root of -64 is written as 3√−64=−4.

**Negative numbers can**‘t have real **number** square **roots**, but **negative numbers can** have real **number cube roots**! What is the **cube root** of −8? because . Remember, when **you** are multiplying an odd **number** of **negative numbers**, the result is **negative**!

Likewise, is the cubed root of a real number? The square **root** of a **number** is a **number** that when squared results in the original **number**. The principal square **root** of a positive **real number** is the positive square **root**. The **cube root** of a **number** is a **number** that when **cubed** results in the original **number**. Every **real number** has only one **real cube root**.

Keeping this in consideration, which of the following is the cube root of minus 64 by 243?

– 4 / 7 is the **cube root** of – **64** / **243** .

Why is the cube root of a negative number negative?

A **negative number’s cube root** will always be **negative** Since cubing a **number** means raising it to the 3rd power—which is odd—the **cube roots** of **negative numbers** must also be **negative**. When the switch is off (blue), the result is **negative**. When the switch is on (yellow), the result is positive.

### What is the root of a negative number?

The square root of a number y is defined to be the value x such that x2=y. However, for any real number x, x2≥0. When we say that the square root of a negative number “doesn’t exist”, we mean that there is no real number solution. However, if we consider complex numbers, we then get a solution to √−1=i.

### Why is a negative number squared still negative?

“This is because to square a number just means to multiply it by itself. For example, (−2) squared is (−2)(−2)=4. Note that this is positive because when you multiply two negative numbers you get a positive result.” – This, of course, is the exact opposite of what was asked, but it’s the given response.

### Is 8000 a perfect cube?

8000 is said to be a perfect cube because 20 x 20 x 20 is equal to 8000. Since 8000 is a whole number, it is a perfect cube. The nearest previous perfect cube is 6859 and the nearest next perfect cube is 9261 . 8000 is said to be a perfect cube because 20 x 20 x 20 is equal to 8000.

### IS 125 a perfect cube?

A perfect cube is the result of multiplying a number three times by itself. We can also say that perfect cubes are the numbers that have exact cube roots. 1, 8, 27, 64, 125, 216, 343, 512, 729, 1,000, 1,331, 1,728, 2,197, 2,744, 3,375

### What is 512 cubed root?

Cube root of a number can be caluculated by first splitting into factors and applying power of 1/3. Hence the cube root of 512 is 8.

### What is the cubed number between 8 and 64?

Cube Root 4 64 5 125 6 216

### What are the square roots of 64?

The square root of 64 is: √(64) = 8 because (8)(8) = 64; however, “every positive real number such as 64 has two square roots; one is positive and the other is negative; They are opposites of each other.”; That is they lie on opposites sides of zero on the number line and are same distance from zero.

### What is the radical of 64?

√−64=8i is the principal square root. −√−64=−8i is the other square root.

### What is the fourth square root of 16?

Table – Fourth Root (4√) of 1 – 100 Find the 4th root of The 4th root 15 1.9679896713 16 2.0000000000 17 2.0305431849 18 2.0597671439

### Is 64 a perfect square?

A number is a perfect square (or a square number) if its square root is an integer; that is to say, it is the product of an integer with itself. Here, the square root of 64 is 8. Therefore, the square root of 64 is an integer, and as a consequence 64 is a perfect square. As a consequence, 8 is the square root of 64.

### Which one of the numbers 64 is a SURD?

(not exact). In the other hand, √4 = 2 (exact value) thus, √4 is not a surd. Here, 64 itself doesn’t have a ‘√’ thus it’s not a surd. √64 = 8 which is exact value, and thus √64 is not a surd.