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Substitute for 1/X key

I just purchased a Casio fx-300MS calculator and it does not have the 1/X function key. How do you substitute for this operation?

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Use the x^-1 key, second row, far left. 1/x is x to the -1 power.

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While the calculator will help you in finding, rather quickly, the answer to a computational problem, it is no substitute for understanding. Had you remembered that the k means kilo or times 1000, you would have calculated the result right away, by hand or with the calculator.

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