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How do I find the seventh root of a number? Or an odd one in general? The only options at third root and square root. Thanks!!!!! please respond ASAP

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Https://www.algebra.com/algebra/homework/Ridicals/Ridicals.faq.question.388398.html

So change the words in the link above so they say Rad instead of Rid ( fixya has a problem with the word Radic*ls) and this is an example of how to do 7th root.

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