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Cube Root

The cube root of a number a, which is written as is the inverse of raising a to an exponent of 3.
Cube roots and raising a number to the third power are operations that undo each other.

Unlike square roots, cube roots can yield negative results. This is because the product of three negative factors is negative.
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