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8-50.

Remember that the solution to the equation

*x*^{3}= 216 is called the**cube root**of 216, which is 6. The cube root of 216 is written as. The idea is similar to the idea of a square root, except that the solution, 6, must be cubed (multiplied by itself three times) to become 216. Use this information to evaluate each of the following expressions. Homework Help ✎ a.

b.

c.

d.

What number *n*, makes this equation true: *n* x *n* x *n* = 27?

Refer to part (a), but notice you are dealing with 4 factors.

Refer to part (a) and notice that you are dealing with a negative value.

Refer to part (a).