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# How many perfect cubes you can find from 1 to 100? How many from –100 to 100?

Answer :

1^{3} = 1

2^{3} = 8

3^{3} = 27

4^{3} = 64

⇒ There are 4 cubes from 1 to 100.

0 = 0

(−1)^{3} = −1

(−2)^{3} = −8

(−3)^{3} = −27

(−4)^{3} = −64

∴ There are 9 cubes from −100 to 100.

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