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    Thumbs down Hi Fellow

    will you pls help me on how to create program in java that will ask for two numbers, num and n,and then returns the nth root of num.


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    String input = console.readLine("Please enter your first number:");
    int newinput = Integer.parseInt(input);
    String input2 = console.readLine("Please enter your second number: ");

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    Default Re: Hi Fellow

    That's a start. Now put that code in a method in a class, compile it and execute it and see what happens.

    When posting code please wrap your code with code tags:
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    Default Re: Hi Fellow

    Now i have been trying this but still can't work

    String input = console.readLine("Please enter your first number:");
    int newinput = Integer.parseInt(input);
    String input2 = console.readLine("Please enter your second number: ")

    double Result = Math.pow();
    if (n==0)
    {
    return1.0 ;
    }
    return x*pow (x,n-1);

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    Default Re: Hi Fellow

    Please post a complete program and wrap it in code tags. What you have posted is incomplete.
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