# nth root

Also found in: Wikipedia.

## nth root

n.
See root1.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Let [[zeta].sub.n] be a primitive nth root of unity.
is the lemniscatic map of E, where we take the principal branch of the nth root and where
We have established a simple iterative process to show a connection between algebra and geometry to find the nth root of any positive real number.
That is, kR is the nth root [[alpha].sub.mn] of the Bessel function [J.sub.m](x) (see Table 1).
We first calculate the product of each row elements of the judgment matrix named [M.sub.i] = [[PI].sup.n.sub.j=1][x.sub.ij], then calculate the nth root of [M.sub.i] named [p.sub.i] = [nth root of [M.sub.i]], and finally normalize to calculate the weight of the fourth logistics supply chain coalition enterprises named
Fix once and for all a primitive nth root of unity [zeta].
This notion has been generalized to the notion of graded q-differential algebra, where q is a primitive Nth root of unity (see papers [7,8,10]).
[[alpha].sub.n] is nth root of transcendental equation cos([[alpha].sub.n] x a) = 0
(1 - [[P.sub.mix].sup.n] = 0.05 This can be rewritten, by taking the nth root of each side, as:
The geometric mean is the number obtained by multiplying together n values and then finding the nth root of the product.
Hereafter we write i = [square root of -1] By using the Lagrange interpolation formula applied on the nodes [w.sub.j] = [w.sub.i], where w = exp(2[pi]i/n) [member of] C is a primitive nth root of 1, we find that

Site: Follow: Share:
Open / Close