¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Cubing

**1.** cube [v] - See also: cube

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Cubing

### Literary usage of Cubing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *Quantities: A Text-book for Surveyors, in Tabulated Form* by Banister Fletcher, Herbert Phillips Fletcher (1888)

"**cubing**. **cubing** OFTEN USED—EXPERIENCED SURVEYOR CAN ESTIMATE VERY CLOSELY—ADVICE
CUBE EVERY ... /**cubing**, although not strictly a part of the quantity sur- ..."**2.** *The American Journal of Psychology* by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1903)

"Two minutes were allowed for adding, when papers were changed and two minutes
given for **cubing**. After a change of papers two minutes were given for learning ..."**3.** *The Normal Union Arithmetic: Graded Course* by Edward Brooks (1878)

"**cubing** NUMBERS. 619. There are Two Methods of **cubing** numbers, called the Analytic
or Algebraic, and the Synthetic or Geometrical method. 620. ..."**4.** *The Normal Higher Arithmetic* by Edward Brooks (1877)

"Let u represent units figure, t tens, h hundreds, and [£ thousands, and two
letters written together denote multiplication ; then we have **cubing** NUMBERS. ..."**5.** *The Normal Union Arithmetic: Designed for Common Schools, Normal Schools* by Edward Brooks (1877)

"Let u represent units figure, t tens, h hundreds, and T thousands, and a period
between two letters denote their multiplication ; then we have T. h **cubing** ..."**6.** *The elements of algebra* by James Wood (1857)

"**cubing** both sides of the proposed equation, -- s 36' Ex. 9- xl=2+-p; find x.
dividing by V*+1> V*~1=7=' I- /- 2 V* .-. Jx+l=0, or Jx=-l, and Also x-Jx=2, ..."**7.** *The Normal Standard Arithmetic: By Analysis and Induction, Designed for* by Edward Brooks (1899)

"There are Two Methods of explaining the principles of **cubing** numbers, called the
Analytic or Algebraic, and the Synthetic or Geometrical, method. 1. ..."