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The $n$th root of a fraction

Theory

The th root of a fraction

The th root of a fraction is sometimes easier to evaluate by taking the th root of the numerator and denominator separately. This rule yields for all real numbers where the denominator is not However, in order to avoid non-real solutions it is necessary that the numerator and the denominator are non-negative numbers when is an even number.