Root calculates the nth root of a number. This is effectively the reversal of the Power operation, meaning that instead of multiplying a base by itself, multiple times, it calculates what the base number is, based on how many times it was multiplied by itself.
The most common example of Root operations, is finding the square (degree 2) root, or cubic (degree 3) root of a number, however this can also be used for higher numbers.



9  2  3 
13824  3  24 
160000  4  20 
1024  10  2 
Input  Type  Description 
 Float  The default value of 
 Float  The default value of 
Input  Type  Description 
Pulse Input (►)  Pulse  A standard input Pulse, to trigger the execution of the Node. 
 Float  The value which you want to find the nth root of. 
 Float  The degree of the root. 
Output  Type  Description 
Pulse Output (►)  Pulse  A standard output Pulse, to move onto the next Node along the logic branch, once this Node has finished its execution. 
 Float  The nth root (defined in 
Power