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HOW TO USE SCIENTIFIC NOTATION

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HAVING A HARD TIME FIGURING OUT HOW TO ENTER SCIENTIFIC NOTATION. PLEASE HELP! I HAVE A TI30XA

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  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    How do i eneter scientific notation into this calculator?

  • stephens2099 Mar 04, 2009

    How do I enter scientific notation and graphing functions such as y=2x+1 on my TI30xA calculator?

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    i am confused i am not sure if 5.6 05 is right

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Z=e over i z= 480 over0.6 z= blank

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