State true or false.
Cube of any odd number is even.
For finding the cube of any number, the number is first multiplied with itself and this product is again multiplied with this number.
False. When we find out the cube of an odd number, we will find an odd number as the result because the unit place digit of an odd number is odd and we are multiplying three odd numbers. Therefore, the product will be again an odd number.
For example, the cube of 3 (i.e., an odd number) is 27, which is again an odd number.