Taking the cube root of a number is the opposite of cubing it. So, if an equation has a variable cubed alone on one side, you can solve for the variable by taking the cube root of both sides of the equation. In Solving Equations With Cube Roots, learners will be given an example problem that models this process. Then students will apply what they've learned by solving a set of equations with variables cubed. For related practice, students can complete the Solving Equations With Square Roots worksheet, as well!