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As the title indicates, the Alteryx POW() function in the formula tool returns null when you ask for the odd root of a negative number. Either I am making an error or this is a bug.
I concur. If however you abs() the -27, it does come up with 9.
Good one. Maybe you should contact support about that because it looks like a bug.Just to know, what is the business case ?
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