# Fourth Root Calculator

Finding the **roots** of a number may not be **difficult** when you are asked to find the **square root** or second root of that **number**. The process becomes **difficult** when you are dealing with **questions **to find the **extended **roots like the fourth **root**. It is because you have to **divide** the given **number** by the same number **four **times.

If you are **struggling **to find this root for any **number**, you should use this **fourth root calculator**. It is a **specific** online maths calculator that has been **designed** for this calculation only. You can find the **fourth** root of any **number** without **consideration** of being larger or **smaller.** Keep reading to **explore **what this root is and how our **calculator** can help you in **finding** the fourth root.

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## What is the fourth root?

If a **number **is divided by the **same** number four times to get “**0**” as the **remainder**, then the **divisor** will be called the fourth **root **of the given number. In other **words**, if a number is multiplied four times by **itself**, that number will be **called** the fourth root of the **resultant** number.

**For example**, “**2**” is the fourth root of “**16**” because it **comes** out when “**2**” is multiplied four **times** by itself. **Similarly**, we can find the **fourth** root of any **number** through the **division** process. Don’t you **know **how it all **processes**? Keep reading because we will **share** the calculation process in **detail **here.

## What is the formula of the fourth root?

There is **no** specific **formula** to find the **fourth root** of a specific **number**. The only **task** you have to do is to divide the given **number** by the same number four **times**. We can generally **represent** the fourth root **formula** as:

=^{4}√x

Here, “**4**” represents the fourth root of the number “**x**”.

### How to find the 4th root of a number?

As **mentioned**, finding the fourth **root** is not difficult if you know** how** to divide the number. But we have **solved** an example here for your **better** understanding.

**Example 1:**

Find the fourth root of 216.

**Solution:**

We have to divide the given number by prime factors. Here is the multiplication pattern we have got for “216”.

^{4}√216 =^{4}√2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2

By solving this fourth root, we got the following answer.

= 2 x 2

= 4

So, “4” is the fourth root of “216”.

### Fourth Root Table

Original Number |
Fourth Root |

1 | 1 |

2 | |

5 | 1.19 |

10 | 1.78 |

20 | 2.11 |

50 | 2.66 |

100 | 3.16 |

200 | 3.76 |

500 | 4.73 |

### How to use the fourth root calculator?

Calculator’s Bag has designed this fourth root calculator with a simple and user-friendly interface. You can easily use it by following these steps.

- Enter the number in the first input box
- This calculator will automatically show you the fourth root of that number

### FAQ | Fourth Root Calculator

**What is the Square Root of the 4th?**

The square root will be double the 4th root of the same number.

**How accurate are the calculations performed by a fourth root calculator?**

This fourth root calculator finds the fourth root of the number with 100% accuracy.

**Are there any limitations to the values that can be inputted into a fourth root calculator? **

No, you can add any number in this fourth root calculator to get the final answer.

**What is 4th root called? **

The fourth root is the number that comes when a number is divided by the same number four times.

**Is 4th root a function? **

Yes, 4th root is a function that belongs to only positive numbers.

**What is the fourth root rule? **

The rule to find the fourth root is dividing the number by the smallest prime numbers and then making groups of four.

**Can a fourth root be negative? **

No, the fourth root can’t be negative.