>The formula for the nth root is [number]^(1/n)Perfectly true and *very* helpful to know! I was only hoping to help out here by having something we, the more computer-savvy types, can pass on to our computer-phobic friends and relatives.BTW, for those of us with a $99 spreadsheet (just a step above the $4 calculator), here are the ways in which an n-th root may be computed:Way #1: =[number]^(1/n)Way #2: =EXP(LN([number])/n)Way #3: =POWER([number],1/n)I personally find Way #2 the most efficient.
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