Question about Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator
I entered 10
then y to the x
then minus sign
and got .58
Is this correct?
No. You computed 10^1 - 9.42 which is 10 - 9.42 = .58
Instead of the minus key, which subtracts one number from another, use the change-sign key [+<>-].
  [y^x]  [.]   [+<>-] [=]
 [.]   [+<>-] [2ND] [10^x]
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