#### Answer

Quadrant II

#### Work Step by Step

Note that:
$x^3$ is negative when $x$ is negative.
$y^3$ is positive when $y$ is positive.
This means that the points that satisfy the given statements must have a negative $x$ and a positive $y$.
Points in Quadrant II have negative $x$ values and positive $y$ values.
Thus, only points in Quadrant II satisfy the given statements.