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Hello,
Use the raise to a power key. It looks like a caret [^] (or accent circonflexe). On certain calculators it is an [X raised to y], or [Y raised to x] 4 to power 48 is entered as
4[^] 48 [=] result is 7.922816251 28

Hope it helps.

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