You usually have to enter it as you read across the equation. So I’d start by entering 5 and then the root button is usually a second function key. You can then open a set of brackets and put in the fraction before then closing the brackets and pressing enter. You can then deduct the one to get the final answer. Good luck!

finch94 says

Hi,

there is bug in formula in the Notes – there is not “n” of root.

Pawe?

indrepink says

I get 13.93 not 10.93 🙁 could you please help, thanks

gmphahlele says

I am struggling to calculate historic growth rate using sharp calculator.Please assist.

P2-D2 says

Hi,

You usually have to enter it as you read across the equation. So I’d start by entering 5 and then the root button is usually a second function key. You can then open a set of brackets and put in the fraction before then closing the brackets and pressing enter. You can then deduct the one to get the final answer. Good luck!

Thanks