The expression n√x is read as the "nth root of x". It is a number r that, when raised to the power n, yields x. For example, the 4th root of 625 is 5, because 5 raised to the power 4 is 625. Here are some examples to have some idea...
f(x) = 2√36 = 6
f(x) = 2√-2 = -1.414i
f(x) = e√19.9 = ~3
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