is a low-level box construct that represents the displayed object in notebook expressions.
Details and Options
- Inside \(…\) RadicalBox[x,n] can be input as \@x\%n.
- In a notebook a RadicalBox can be created using or , then using to move to the index position. moves out of the radical.
- In StandardForm and InputForm, RadicalBox[x,n] is interpreted on input as x^(1/n).
- The baseline of RadicalBox[x,n] is taken to be the baseline of x.
- If RadicalBox[x,n] does not fit on a single line, it is output as x^(1/n).
- In StandardForm, explicit RadicalBox objects are output literally. You can use DisplayForm to see the display form of such objects.
Basic Examples (3)
A RadicalBox form is typically interpreted as a fractional power:
Introduced in 1996