**A cube number** is the number raised to the third degree. "The cube" is called, because this operation is similar to the calculation of the volume of a cube. The table shows values for cubes of natural numbers from 1 to 100.

For example, a cube number is the product of three numbers, each equal to . *Cube numbers* read as in Cuba.

The same product of several natural numbers is called the degree of that number. If you have a product of n factors each equal to a, then such an expression is called a degree n.

Please note! Any degree units equal to the unit.

In **table cube**in natural numbers the number represented by the tens, as in the multiplication table. In the first box you will find the squares of the digits to inclusive. This is a table of squares up to. In the remaining columns represent the squares of two-digit numbers to .

Degree for any number of shows that this number is multiplied by itself twice. Any negative number in degree gives a negative result, because two negatives multiplied make a positive, and again when megen by a negative number we get again a negative number. So the above table is also a table of cubes of integers.