IN MATH: 1. n. the superscript at the beginning of a radical sign indicating the root to be taken, or extracted.

    Take some time to experiment.

    This page permits one to examine different indices.

Square Roots
Take the square root of a number, (n):
Raise the number to the 1/2 or .5 power.
The domain on this page is nonnegative values.

All Roots
Raise A Number to a Power: xy
Please do not use fractions. Rewrite the fraction as a decimal or integer number.
x:       y:  

IN ENGLISH: 1. a listing of names, numbers, ets. EX. a telephone book. 2. an indicator. EX. The Consumer Price Index is often useful. 3. as defined above.

APPLICATION: (see list 270).

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