How to find 101 cubed using abbreviated multiplication formulas? I have already shown how, using the cubes of the sum formula, one can calculate one hundred and one in a cube. There I presented one number **101** as the sum of two numbers **100** and **1**. The use of simpler (more convenient in calculations) numbers makes the calculation easier.

On the Internet, I saw an example of using other formulas, the sum of cubes and the difference of cubes. This is a bad example. To find **101 cubed**, use the numbers **101** and **100**. This is how it looks.

101 cubed. Bad example. |

Why is this a bad example? I'll show you now. I'll take the number **101**, the cube of which we need to find, and **zero**.

101 cubed. Removing garbage. |

By using zero, I removed all the mathematical garbage from the calculations - these are four multiplications and four additions or subtractions.

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