INF: How to Calculate the Nth Root of a NumberArticle ID: Q106305
SUMMARY
To find the nth root of a number, raise that number to the power of 1/n. The general form of the equation is <num>^(1/<n>) where <num> is the number whose root you want to find, and <n> is the root. This equation can be used anywhere in Microsoft Access where expressions are allowed.
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