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Is there any easy way to compute cube root of any number?

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Hi,
this is the only way

Use the [3] key
Example: [SHIFT] [3] [27] [=] 3


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Hello,
The cube root as you call it of any number is computed by pressing the key that is shown in exemple 2, in the screen capture. Hope it helps.

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How you find the cube root of a complex number (8,60degrees) on the Casio Fx-115ES


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The case you have given is easy enough to do by hand (see screen capture below.)

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  2. To avoid problems if the exponent is an expression, enclose it in parentheses.
  3. To enter any power type number^(exponent)
  4. If exponent is negative use the (-) change sign key next to the dot, below the 3 key.
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Why does (-64)^(2/3) report an error 2?


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Certain calculators such as the HP 48G are designed to return the complex principal root for any fractional exponent. Yours appanrently cannot handle complex roots, or is not in complex mode.
To get the real number root, compute the radicand first (-64)^2 using the x^2 key then compute the cube root using the cube root key, if there is one, or the general root key or even the general power key with exponent 1/3.

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