Does a knowledge of botany necessarily involve a knowledge of square root and cube root?
You might as well call it a dodecahedron, or the cube root of minus nothing.'
Each has now a clawing consciousness of his approximation to the infinitely little—the cube root of nothing.
I studied algebra this winter, and went as far as cube root.
The mathematician Wallis, in bed, and in the dark, extracted the cube root from a number consisting of thirty figures.
The number one is a cube root of itself, and represents our own universe.
Square that quantity and you will get the third cube root of unity.
The time of revolution varies as the square of the cube root of the distance (Kepler's third law).
In the presence of even such a simple truth as cube root he stands helpless and enthralled.
The range in nautical miles of a green light apparently is proportional to the cube root of the candle-power.
cube root The number whose cube is equal to a given number. For example, the cube root of 125 is 5, since 5^{3} = 125. |