For example take (99)^3. In this sum of the number (99) is 9+9=18. Now take the cube ,which is 970299. In this the sum (9+7+0+2+9+9) is 36. I used this in the question. (9999999999)^3 has 10 nines. Therefore the sum is 90. Hence the sum of the digits of (9999999999)^3 is 180.

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For example take (99)^3. In this sum of the number (99) is 9+9=18. Now take the cube ,which is 970299. In this the sum (9+7+0+2+9+9) is 36. I used this in the question. (9999999999)^3 has 10 nines. Therefore the sum is 90. Hence the sum of the digits of (9999999999)^3 is 180.

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take 9 and 9^3 , Your logic doesn't work !

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