Hello Friends, I have a question of calculating a cube root of large number like 24 digit number. I calculated by means of Wolfram but I want to try it myself on paper. Is there a method such as Calculus or Algebraic to find the cube root? Thank you. P.S. I want to use the method for several other numbers.
Factorize the number into simpler roots and multiply them. Solve for the prime numbers using the Newton-Raphson algorithm. Do you want only real roots or do you want the complex ones as well? note: http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/65174.html http://www.mathpath.org/Algor/cuberoot/algor.cube.root.htm ... note: this last one is probably what you want.
Well the number is : x^3= 133737775549834923406792. So I wish to find out the 'x'. And x is a positive integer. So I only want the real part here. And the real part only exists. thanks Simon Bridge. :)
Well the number is : x^3= 133737775549834923406792. So I wish to find out the 'x'. And x is a positive integer. So I only want the real part here. And the real part only exists. thanks Simon Bridge. :)