Definition of Cubing
1. Verb. (present participle of cube) ¹
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Definition of Cubing
1. cube [v] - See also: cube
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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. ..."