### Root Calculator

Here’s a quick guide on how to use the **Root Calculator**:

**Enter a Number**:- In the input field labeled
**“Enter a number,”**type any positive decimal number you want to calculate the root of.

- In the input field labeled
**Choose Root Type**:**Square Root**: Select this option to find the square root of the entered number.**Cube Root**: Select this option to find the cube root of the entered number.**General Root**: Select this option if you want to find a specific root (e.g., 4th root). A new field labeled**“Enter the degree of root”**will appear where you can specify the root degree.

**Calculate**:- Click on the
**Calculate**button to see the result. The result will display the selected root calculation in an easy-to-read format.

- Click on the
**Reset**:- If you want to start over, click the
**Reset**button to clear the input fields and results.

- If you want to start over, click the

Here are examples for each type of root calculation:

**Square Root Example**:**Input**: 16**Operation**: Square Root**Result**: 4**Explanation**: The square root of 16 is the number that, when multiplied by itself, equals 16. So, $4×4=16$.

**Cube Root Example**:**Input**: 27**Operation**: Cube Root**Result**: 3**Explanation**: The cube root of 27 is the number that, when raised to the power of 3, equals 27. So, $3×3×3=27$.

**General Root Example**:**Input**: 81**Operation**: General Root (4th Root)**Root Degree**: 4**Result**: 3**Explanation**: The 4th root of 81 is the number that, when raised to the power of 4, equals 81. So, $3×3×3×3=81$.