# How Well Do You Know Cube Roots?

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 139  Settings  In mathematics, a cube root of a number xis a number y such that y3 = x. All real numbers (except zero) have exactly one real cube root and a pair of complex. conjugate cube roots, and all nonzero complex numbers have three distinct complex cube roots.

• 1.
Cube Roots is studied in ....
• A.

Mathematics

• B.

Music

• C.

Literature

• D.

Language

• 2.
All real numbers (except zero) have exactly how many real cube root?
• A.

One

• B.

Two

• C.

Three

• D.

Four

• 3.
The calculation of cube roots can be to traced back to .....
• A.

Greek mathematicians

• B.

Babylonian mathematics

• C.

Latin mathematicians

• D.

English mathematicians

• 4.
The calculation of cube roots can be to traced back to Babylonian mathematicians from as early as 1800 BCE.
• A.

1700 BCE

• B.

1500 BCE

• C.

1800 BCE

• D.

1600 BCE

• 5.
..... posed the problem of doubling the cube, which required a compass-and-straightedge construction of the edge of a cube with twice the volume of a given cube.
• A.

Pythagoras

• B.

Plato

• C.

Brutus

• D.

Caesar

• 6.
In what year did Plato posed the problem of doubling the cube, which required a compass-and-straightedge construction of the edge of a cube with twice the volume of a given cube?
• A.

1st Century BCE

• B.

3rd Century BCE

• C.

2nd Century BCE

• D.

4th Century BCE

• 7.
The Greek mathematician Hero of Alexandria devised a method for calculating cube roots in the .....
• A.

1st century CE

• B.

2nd century CE

• C.

3rd century CE

• D.

4th century CE

• 8.
In .... Aryabhatiya, a mathematician-astronomer from the classical age of Indian mathematics and Indian astronomy, gave a method for finding the cube root of numbers having many digits in the Aryabhatiya.
• A.

449 CE

• B.

441 CE

• C.

445 CE

• D.

446 CE

• 9.
Mathematics, as a course is studied in ....
• A.

School

• B.

Church

• C.

Mosque

• D.

Restaurant

• 10.
Who among them is not a mathematician?
• A.

Albert Einstein

• B.

Isaac Newton

• C.

Barack Obama

• D.

Pythagoras

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