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Using exponent button on canon f-604 calculator

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SOURCE: How to use exponent function

there is a ^ aboe the divided sign. you can use that
ex x^4-x^3+x^2

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SOURCE: how do you use exponents in this calculator?

There is a ^ button on the right side of the calculator so 2^2=4 and 2^3=8..

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SOURCE: i cant figure out how to put exponents in to my calculator

For 5 to the 6th power, type
5 ^ 6 =
You should get 15625

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SOURCE: i cant find the XY or the ^ button on my

It seems very hard to miss. In the middle of the third row.


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SOURCE: how to reset a canon F-604 scientific calculator?

Press [ON/C] and [0] together. Memory will get erased, number base is set to decimal, and display format is reset to floating point.

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How do i get a negative exponent?

I don't have this calculator, but let's give this a shot and see if it gives us the correct answer.

Let's try 10 to the exponent -2. The rule for negative exponents is to put 1 on the top and the term with a positive exponent on the bottom. In this case, it would be 1 on the top and 10 to the exponent 2 on the bottom, or 1 / 100 or 0.01.

In the calculator, enter 10, hit the x to the power of y key, left bracket (, the negative key (-), 2, the right bracket ), and finally the = key. You might not have to enter the left and right brackets, but I like to enter them to understand what I enter in brackets is the exponent.

Let me know if it works and if you have any other questions.

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Hi. my calculator canon f 604 is acting wierd. when i press 10 EXP 2 , it gives me 1000 instead of 100. please help me out there is a problem in my calculator. for each exponent it gives one extra like...

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There's nothing wrong, the calculator just has the newest version of the operating system. To tell the calculator you're finished entering the exponent, simply press the right-arrow. If you don't want the new MathPrint mode, press MODE, press up-arrow to get to the second page, keep pressing up-arrow to get to the top line, highlight CLASSIC, press ENTER, then press 2ND [QUIT]. Now the calculator will display as the older operating system did.

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Cannot find the EXP button or EE button on the Calculator, does it have a equivalent?

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How to use negative exponents on a calculator?

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How can i do exponents on my calculator

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