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msg #112528
3/30/2013 5:20:47 PM

Is the following the correct coding to find the square root.

set{term,pow(close,0.50) }


4,387 posts
msg #112534
Ignore four
3/31/2013 12:49:37 AM

467 posts
msg #53923
- Ignore guru_trader
modified 8/9/2007 2:20:06 AM

And, if you want the root of a function simply raise your measure to the decimal equivalent of its fraction. For example ...

the 1st root of the CLOSE = close^(1/1)
the 2nd (square) root of the CLOSE = close^(1/2)
the 3rd (cube) root of the CLOSE = close^(1/3)
the 4th root of the CLOSE = close^(1/4)
and add column pow(close,1.00)
and add column pow(close,0.50)
and add column pow(close,0.33)
and add column pow(close,0.25)

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