# How do you find the cube roots #root3(125)#?

The answer is 5

Five is the smallest prime number that divides by 125.

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The cube root of 125, denoted as ( \sqrt[3]{125} ), can be found by calculating ( 125^{1/3} ).

[ \sqrt[3]{125} = 125^{1/3} ]

[ 125^{1/3} = 5 ]

So, the cube root of 125 is 5.

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