College Algebra; explore calculating the root of a number.

I’m working on a Mathematics question and need guidance to help me study.

Respond to the following:

When studying roots, you most often see square roots and cube roots; only occasionally do you see the fourth or fifth root. However, it can be interesting to consider other possible roots.

To consider other possible roots, answer the questions here:

  • Write a whole number, n, that is larger than 5. To keep things interesting, try to pick an n different from what your classmates have already chosen.
  • Give an example of a number whose nth root (for your n above) is a whole number.
  • Explain how you approached finding your example
  • Rubric:
  • -Posts well developed answers that fully addresses and develops all aspects of the concept
  • -Posts factually correct, reflective and substantive contribution; advances discussion.
  • -Use REFERENCES to literature, readings, or personal experience to support comments
  • -500 words


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