## Radicals N^{th} Root Value Calculation

Calculate the N^{th}root of the given whole number which has the N

^{th}radical value. In this radical calculator entered positive whole number and N

^{th}root or radical power. Roots are often written using the radical symbol √. The √x - denoting the square root and

^{3}√x - denoting the cube root, and so on. The N

^{th}of a real number x can also be represented as x

^{1/n}.

For example 9

^{2}= 81 and the square root of 81 (√81) will be 9. The √ 81 will be call as square root of eighty-one or radical eighty-one. Some example of radicals as follows:

√ or

^{2}√ is called second root or square root.

^{3}√ is called cube root.

^{4}√ is called forth root.

^{5}√ is called fifth root.

^{n}√ is called n

^{th}root.