Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
When I type in (0.02) squared, on TI-84 Plus, I get an answer 4E to the power of -4. On my TI36X, I get an answer of 0.0004. Why can't I get my TI-84 to display the same wasy as TI36? I checked all the Mode settings and they seem to be fine. Please help
If number format in MODE is set to Normal, and if the (absolute value of) the number is smaller than 0.001,the calculator displays it in scientific notation( with the E). By the way E( ) stands for x10^( ).
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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