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# Squares, Cubes, and Roots

Squares, cubes, square roots, and cube roots may seem like difficult math problems at
first, but once you learn how to solve them, you will find that they are both easy and fun!
- The square of a number is the number times itself.
- The square root of a number is a number that can be multiplied by itself to give the
original number. It is the inverse operation of squaring a number.
- The cube of a number is the number multiplied by itself twice.
- The cube root of a number is, a value that when cubed, gives the original number.
It is the inverse operation of cubing a number.

Examples
2 2
Square: 5 = 5 x 5 = 25 Square Root: 25 = 5 (5x5=25)
3
Cube Root: 3 125 = 5 (5x5x5=125)
3
Cube: 5 = 5 x 5 x 5 = 125

## Write the square or cube of each number.

2 3 2
1) 13 = ______ 4) 5 = ______ 7) 48 = ______

## 2) 4 = ______ ______ 8) 3 = ______

3 2 3
5) 2 =
2 3 2
3) 9 = ______ 6) 6 = ______ 9) 7 = ______

## Write the cube root of each number.

3 3 3
1) 64 = ______ 4) 216 = ______ 7) 343 = _____
3 3 3
2) 1 = ______ 5) 8 = ______ 8) 0 = ______
3 3 3
3) 125 = ______ 6) 1,728 = _____ 9) 729 = _____

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