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• Evaluate your progress by doing ONLINE MOCK TEST of Class 8, Maths, All TOPICS. Cube root of negative number can be:

a) Can be positive or negative
b) Can only be positive
c) Can only be negative
d) Depend upon values A natural number is said to be perfect cube if:

a) If it a cube of any rational number
b) If it a cube root of some natural number
c) If it a cube of some natural number
d) Both B and C

a) 3 * 3
b) 3 *3* 3
c) 3*103
d) 3*33

a) 64
b) 27
c) 144
d) 125 To find whether the cube is perfect cube or not the prime factors should be grouped as:

a) each prime factor should appear twice
b) each prime factor should appear thrice
c) Prime factors grouped as per ascending order
d) Prime factors grouped as per descending order

a) 2700
b) 3700
c) 2300
d) 1900

a) 150
b) 1250
c) 125
d) 115

a) A=6,b=5
b) A=5 , b=6
c) A=5 ,b= 5
d) A=6, b=6

a) 970299
b) 941192
c) 970300
d) 79300

a) 13
b) 58
c) 102
d) 64