Algebraic Identity (a³ - b³)

To verify the algebraic identity (a^{3 }- b^{3}) = (a - b)(a^{2}+ ab + b^{2})

- Algebra is a mathematical concept that helps people visualize difficult situations by utilizing mathematical equations.
- It employs variables such as x, y, and z and arithmetic calculations such as addition, elimination, multiplying, and division to produce a coherent mathematical assertion.
- A mathematical and algebraic principle expressed as an equation is an algebraic equation. It’s a two-sided problem on both ends containing formulas.
- The algebraic equation is a simple and rapid approach to solving algebraic problems.
- An algebraic identity is an equality, which is true for all values of the variables in the equality.
- The algebraic equations which are valid for all values of variables in them are called algebraic identities.
- In this way, algebraic identities are used in the computation of algebraic expressions and in solving different polynomials
- Algebraic identities are also used for the factorization of polynomials.

A cube is a three-dimensional shape having all its sides equal and the faces of the cube are square shape.

The product of the length of each side itself.

Formula: Volume = side

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A cuboid is also a three-dimensional shape that has three pairs of equal sides parallel to each other and the faces of the cuboid are all rectangular shape.

The product of its length, breadth, and height

Formula: Volume = length x breadth x height