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$${\sqrt[{{\mathtt{{\mathtt{4}}}}}]{{\mathtt{10\,000}}}} = {\mathtt{10}}$$

its ten

you can plug in different numbered roots in by typing sqrt(x, y) where x is the radicand or whatever you call the thingy under the radical sign and y is the root number thing.

like this: $${\sqrt[{{\mathtt{{\mathtt{y}}}}}]{{\mathtt{x}}}}$$ thats by typing sqrt(x, y) just plug in your own values

TheJonyMyster Mar 5, 2015

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$${\sqrt[{{\mathtt{{\mathtt{4}}}}}]{{\mathtt{10\,000}}}} = {\mathtt{10}}$$

its ten

you can plug in different numbered roots in by typing sqrt(x, y) where x is the radicand or whatever you call the thingy under the radical sign and y is the root number thing.

like this: $${\sqrt[{{\mathtt{{\mathtt{y}}}}}]{{\mathtt{x}}}}$$ thats by typing sqrt(x, y) just plug in your own values

TheJonyMyster Mar 5, 2015