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1-35.

The solution to the equation $x^3=64$ is called the cube root of $64$. The idea is similar to the idea of a square root, except that the value must be cubed (multiplied by itself three times) to become $64$. One way to write the cube root of $64$ is using the notation $\sqrt [ 3 ] { 64 }$. Use this information to evaluate each of the following expressions.

1. $\sqrt [ 3 ] { 64 }$

$4$

1. $\sqrt [ 4 ] { 16 }$

$2$

1. $\sqrt [ 3 ] { - 8 }$

$-2$

1. $\sqrt [ 3 ] { 125 }$

$5$