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I'm trying to figure out how to enter the variable 6 square root of 2 on this website's calculator. Can figure it out.

\(\sqrt[6]{2}\) ? Use the \(\sqrt[y]{x}\) key

Enter 2

Hit that key

enter 6

enter =

Thanks but not the 6th root of 2. Simply 6 with the square root of 2. Every time I try to enter it on this site's calculator, it puts the 6 under the radical sign instead of out to the left of the sign. I only want the 2 under the radical sign.

Thanks

Just enter "6"....then....the multiplication sign, then the square root sign, and then "2"