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In Java, we can get the square, cube, and square root of a number using the **Math**** class**. With the **Math.pow()**** method**, we can get the cube and square of the number. With

, we can get the square root of the number.**Math.sqrt()**

// for squre Math.pow(number, 2) // for cube Math.pow(number, 3) // for squre root Math.sqrt(number)

The syntax for getting the square, cube and square root of a number

: This is the number whose cube, square, and square root we want to get.**number**

The square, cube, and square root of the number value are returned.

class HelloWorld { public static void main( String args[] ) { // create some numbers int no1 = 4; int no2 = 100; int no3 = 9; int no4 = 0; // get their square, square roots and cube getResults(no1); getResults(no2); getResults(no3); getResults(no4); } // create a method to get the square, square root and cube of a numbet static void getResults(int number){ System.out.println("\nFor "+number); // the square System.out.println("The square is "+Math.pow(number, 2)); // the cube System.out.println("The cube is "+Math.pow(number, 3)); // the squre root System.out.println("The square root is "+Math.sqrt(number)); } }

Get the square, square root and cube of a number in Java

- Lines 4-7: We create some numbers.
- Line 17: We create a function called
`getResults()`

that takes a number as an argument and prints the square, square root, and cube of that number. - Lines 10-13: We invoke the
`getResults()`

function on the numbers we create. This function displays the square, square root, and cube of each number to the console.

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