# What happens to t

(i) 3?

Let the number is = a

Its cube will be = a3

According to the question, the number is multiplied by 3

New number become = 3a

Its new cube will be = (3a)3 = 27a3

Hence, cube will become

(ii) 4?

Let the number is = a

Its cube will be = a3

According to the question, the number is multiplied by 4

New number become = 4a

Its new cube will be = (4a)3 = 64a3

Hence, cube will become

(iii) 5?

Let the number is = a

Its cube will be = a3

According to the question, the number is multiplied by 5

New number become = 5a

Its new cube will be = (5a)3 = 125a3

Hence, cube will become

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