It is quite fascinating how easily we can **find square root in Excel **using **VBA **codes. Simply by running an Excel **VBA **code, we can **find square roots **of multiple numbers at once. In this article, we will discuss **3 **simple, and easy examples to **find square root in Excel VBA**.

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## 3 Methods to Find Square Root in Excel VBA

**Calculating the square root** of a number manually becomes almost impossible for most numbers. Using the Excel VBA code provides a simple yet effective solution to the problem. In this portion of the article, we are going to learn **3 **suitable examples to **find the square root**.

Not to mention that we have used *Microsoft Excel 365 *version for this article, you can use any other version according to your convenience.

### 1. Using Sqr Function to Find Square Root in Excel VBA

In the first example, we will use the **Sqr function** of Excel **VBA **to find the square root. Let’s follow the steps mentioned below.

__Step 01: Creating Module to Write VBA Code__

- Firstly, go to the
**Developer**tab from**Ribbon**. - Following that, click on the
**Visual Basic**option from the**Code**group.

As a result, the **Microsoft Visual Basic window** will open as shown in the following image.

** Note: **You can use the keyboard shortcut

**ALT + F11**to directly open the

**Microsoft Visual Basic window**from your worksheet.

- Now, go to the
**Insert**tab in the**Microsoft Visual Basic window**. - Then, select the
**Module**option from the drop-down.

Consequently, a blank **Module **will be available on your worksheet.

__Step 02: Writing and Running the Code__

- Firstly, write the following code in the
**Module**.

```
Sub square_root_of_given_number()
Dim given_number As Integer
Dim square_root As Double
given_number = 64
square_root = Sqr(given_number)
MsgBox square_root
End Sub
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```

**Code Breakdown**

- Firstly, we created a
**Sub Procedure**named**square_root_of_given_number()**. - After that, we declared a variable named
**given_number**As**Integer**and another variable named**square_root**As**Double**. - Then, we have assigned the value of the variable
**given_number**as**64**. - Following that, we used the
**SQR**function to find the**square_root**of the**given_number**. - Next, we introduced a
**MsgBox**to display our output. - Finally, we have ended the
**Sub Procedure**.

- After writing the code, click on the
**Save**icon as marked in the following picture.

- Following that, click on the
**Run**option.

** Note: **You can also use the keyboard shortcut

**F5**to run the code.

Consequently, you will see the **square root **of our given number (**64**) is shown in the message box.

- To find the square root of the remaining numbers, change the value of the
**given_number**argument and run the code.

As a result, you will find the square roots for the remaining numbers as shown in the following image.

### 2. Utilizing Sqr Function with User Input to Find Square Root

In this example, we will again use the **Sqr **function. But here we will take the number of which we need to find the square root as input from the user. Let’s use the steps discussed below.

__Step 01: Creating Module to Write VBA Code__

- By following the
**steps mentioned in Step 01 of the 1st method**, we can get the following output.

__Step 02: Writing and Running the Code__

- Firstly, write the following code in the newly created
**Module**.

```
Sub square_root_with_user_input()
Dim number As Double
Dim square_root As Double
number = InputBox("Enter a Number", "Value Enter")
If number < 0 Then
MsgBox "You must enter a Positive Number"
Exit Sub
End If
square_root = Sqr(number)
MsgBox square_root
End Sub
```

**Code Breakdown**

- Here, we have created a
**Sub Procedure**named**square_root_with_user_input()**. - Following that, we declared a variable named
**number**As**Double**and another variable named**square_root**As**Double**. - Then, we used the
**InputBox**statement to take input from the user and assign the value in the variable named**input**. - After that, we used an
**IF statement**to check if the number is**less than****0**. - Next, we introduced another
**MsgBox**that will show**You must enter a Positive Number**if the number is less than**0**. - If the number is less than
**0**, then it will exit the**Sub Procedure**. - Then, we ended the
**IF statement**. - Afterward, we used the
**SQR**function to find the**square_root**of the**number**. - Next, we used another
**MsgBox**to display the output. - Finally, we ended the
**Sub Procedure**.

- After writing the code, click on the
**Save**icon from the**Microsoft Visual Basic window**. - Following that, click on the
**Run**option as marked in the following image.

As a result, a dialogue box will open named **Value Enter**.

- Now, enter a number as you like. In this case, we have entered the number
**64**. - Then, click
**OK**.

Consequently, you will see the square root of your provided number as marked in the image given below.

By following the same steps, we can find the square roots for the rest of the numbers.

### 3. Employing For Next Loop to Find Square Root in Excel VBA

We will use the **For Next Loop** to find the square root in Excel **VBA**. After learning this method, you will be able to find square roots of multiple numbers just by running a single Excel **VBA **code. Let’s follow the steps mentioned below to do this.

__Step 01: Creating Module to Write VBA Code__

- Follow the
**steps mentioned in Step 01 of the 1st method**to get the following output.

**Read More: How to Insert Square Root Symbol in Excel (8 Easy Ways)**

__Step 02: Writing and Running the Code__

- Firstly, write the code given below in the newly created
**Module**.

```
Sub square_root_using_For_Next_Loop()
Dim inputRng As Range
Dim offset As Integer
Dim output_cell As Range
Set inputRng = Range("B5:B9")
offset = 1
For Each output_cell In inputRng
output_cell.offset(0, offset).Value = Sqr(output_cell.Value)
Next output_cell
End Sub
```

**Code Breakdown**

- Firstly, we have created a
**Sub Procedure**named**square_root_using_For_Next_Loop()**. - Following that, we declared a variable named
**inputRng**As**Range**, a variable named**offset**As**Integer**, and another variable named**output_cell**As**Range**. - After that, we used the
**Set statement**to assign the values from the worksheet within the range**B5:B9**. - Then, we assigned the value of the variable named
**offset**as**1**. - Next, we initiated a
**For Next**loop. - In the loop, we used the
**SQR**function to find the square root of the numbers from**inputRng**and assigned them in the range**C5:C9**by using the**Offset function**. - Then, we closed the loop.
- Lastly, we ended the
**Sub Procedure**.

- Now, click on the
**Save**icon as marked in the following image.

- Subsequently, press the keyboard shortcut
**ALT + F11**. This will redirect you to your worksheet.

- After that, go to the
**Developer**tab from**Ribbon**. - Following that, select the
**Macros**option as shown in the image below.

- Now, from the
**Macro**dialogue box, choose the**square_root_using_For_Next_Loop**option. - Finally, click on
**Run**.

As a result, you will get the square roots of all numbers at once.

## How to Find N^{th} Root of a Number Using Excel VBA

While working in Excel, we often need to find the root of numbers. It can be incredibly beneficial to us if we know how we can calculate the root of any number up to any degree. **VBA **is a user-friendly and dynamic coding language. In this article, we are going to learn how we can **find the N ^{th} root of a number** using Excel

**VBA**. Here,

**N**can be any integer.

In the following dataset, we have some numbers. We aim to find the **Nth root **of a number by using Excel **VBA**.

Here, we will create a function using the **VBA **code. Using this function, we can find the root of a number up to any degree. Let’s follow the steps discussed below.

__Step 01: Creating Module to Write VBA Code__

- Follow the
**steps mentioned earlier in Step 01 of the 1st method**to get the following output.

**Step 02: Writing and Running the Code**

- Firstly, write the following code in the
**Module**that you created.

```
Option Explicit
Function nth_root(number As Double, root As Long) As Double
nth_root = number ^ (1 / root)
End Function
```

**Code Breakdown**

- At first, we initiated the
**Option Explicit statement**. - Following that, we declared the name of our function as
**nth_root**. - After that, we declared the
**function paraments**along with their number formats. - Then, we specified the mathematical expression for the function.
- Finally, we ended the
**Function statement**.

- After writing the code, click on the
**Save**icon in the**Microsoft Visual Basic window**.

- Now, enter the following formula in cell
**C5**.

`=nth_root(B5,2)`

Here, cell **B5 **represents the number of which we want to find the **Nth root**, and **2 **indicates that we will find the **square root** of the number.

- Afterward, hit
**ENTER**.

As a result, you will get the following output on your worksheet.

- Now, by using the
**AutoFill**option of Excel, we can find the rest of the outputs as marked in the following image.

- Following that, use the formula given below in cell
**D5**.

`=nth_root(B5,3)`

- Then, press
**ENTER**.

Subsequently, as shown in the image below, you will get the **3 ^{rd} root (cube root)** of

**9**.

- At this stage, use the
**AutoFill**feature of Excel to get the remaining roots of the rest of the numbers.

- Next, enter the following formula in cell
**E5**.

`=nth_root(B5,4)`

- Then, hit
**ENTER**.

Subsequently, you will get the following output on your screen.

- By using the
**AutoFill**option of Excel, you can find the roots of the remaining numbers, as shown in the following image.

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## Conclusion

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