In Python, the easiest way we can find the nth root of a number is to use the **pow()** function from the Python math module.

```
import math
n = 3
cube_root_of_10 = math.pow(10,1/n) #nth root of 10 where n = 3
```

You can also use the built in ****** operator to find the nth root of a number.

```
n = 5
fifth_root_of_10 = 10**(1/n)
```

The Python math module has many powerful functions which make performing certain calculations in Python very easy.

One such calculation which is very easy to perform in Python is finding the nth root of a number.

The **pow()** function from the Python math module also lets us compute roots.

The Python power function **pow()** takes two numbers as input, the first number is the base and the second number is the exponent. The first number must be positive, but the second number can be negative.

For the nth root of a number, we pass “1/n” to the second parameter in the **pow()** function.

Below are some examples of how to use the **pow()** function to find different roots of a number.

For example, if we want to find the square root of a number in Python, we pass “1/2” to the **pow()** function.

```
import math
print(math.pow(4, 1/2))
print(math.pow(9, 1/2))
print(math.pow(13, 1/2))
print(math.pow(90, 1/2))
print(math.pow(2182, 1/2))
#Output:
2.0
3.0
3.605551275463989
9.486832980505138
46.71188285650665
```

For example, if we want to find the square root of a number in Python, we pass “1/3” to the **pow()** function.

```
import math
print(math.pow(4, 1/3))
print(math.pow(9, 1/3))
print(math.pow(13, 1/3))
print(math.pow(90, 1/3))
print(math.pow(2182, 1/3))
#Output:
1.5874010519681994
2.080083823051904
2.3513346877207573
4.481404746557164
12.970346612351785
```

In general, to find the nth root of a number in Python, pass “1/n”. For example, to get the fifth root of a number, we pass “1/5” to the second parameter of **pow()**.

```
import math
print(math.pow(124, 1/5))
#Output:
2.622311847181126
```

## Finding the nth Root of a Number with the ** Operator in Python

We can also use the built in ****** to perform exponentiation in Python. To find a nth root with the ****** operator, we just put “(1/n)” after ******.

Unlike the **pow()** function, we can find the nth root of negative numbers with the ****** operator if n is odd.

Below are some examples of how to use the Python built in ****** operator to find nth roots.

```
import math
#n=2
print(4**(1/2))
#n=3
print(9**(1/3))
#n=5
print(-13**(1/5))
#n=6
print(90**(1/6))
#n=9
print(-2182**(1/9))
#Output:
2.0
2.080083823051904
-1.6702776523348104
2.1169328630254585
-2.3495455051249885
```

Hopefully this article has been beneficial for you to learn how to find the nth root of a number in Python.