# Category mathematics for children

#### 50 x 3

The cube root of 50 is approximately 5.196. This can be rounded to the nearest hundredth, which would be 5.20. To find the cube root of a number, we can use a calculator or math software like MATLAB. For this example, we’ll use desmos.com/calculator to show how it’s done:

Step 1: Type in the number you want to find the cube root of (in this case, 50). Press Enter on your keyboard.
Step 2: Type “cube root” into the search bar on the left side of the screen and press Enter. The symbol for cube root is ‘3√’, so you should see this appear next to your.

Here’s how to approximate the cube root of 50 by hand:

First, write down the number you want to find the cube root of, and choose a close guess for what the answer might be. For example, since 50 is between 30 and 60, we’ll try 7 as our guess for the cube root of 50. (This is called an “initial approximation.”)

#### 3 of 400

The cube root of 400 is about 13.7. To find this, we first had to calculate the cube root of 400. The cube root of a number is the number that when multiplied by itself three times gives us the original number. In other words, the cube root of 400 is the number that when multiplied by itself three times equals 400. The cube root of 400 is 16, so when we divide 16 by 3, we get 5.3333333… We then take the nearest whole number which is 13.7.

The cube root of 400 is 14.071067811.

3 of 400 is 1.5%. This is because 3 divided by 400 equals 0.0075, which can be converted to a percentage by multiplying by 100 (0.0075 x 100 = 1.5). Dividing a number by another and then multiplying by 100 will always give you the percentage that the first number is of the second number.

## 400*3

The answer to this question is simple: 3 of 400 is 1200. here’s how we arrived at that answer:

3×400=1200

That’s all there is to it! Multiplication is a basic math skill that you likely learned in elementary school, and it’s essential for solving problems like this one. If you don’t remember how multiplication works, or if you need a refresher, we highly recommend checking out some resources online or asking a friend or family member for help. Whatever you do, don’t give up – math is worth learning, and you can definitely do it!