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If you are using Excel, there are two ways

1. type =POWER(a,b)

ex =POWER(5,2)

2. type =5^2

caret sign is shift 6.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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You don't really need to do that why not use the calc program, but anyway it also depends on what language you are using but the ^ sign, the caret on the number 6 key, is usually, what is used as the "Power to" delineateor.. so two to power of four, == 2^ 4

Posted on May 07, 2010

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

very good

you give a list of letters that you want to use in a maths class

I would have thought that with letters , the class would have been a english class and numbers for a maths class

or maybe you are doing the theory of probability and want to know how many words could be made from those letters

you give a list of letters that you want to use in a maths class

I would have thought that with letters , the class would have been a english class and numbers for a maths class

or maybe you are doing the theory of probability and want to know how many words could be made from those letters

Sep 06, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Sarah, I've included a link to the math forum website which may assist.

Trust this helps, regards Alan

Math Forum Ask Dr Math

Trust this helps, regards Alan

Math Forum Ask Dr Math

Apr 09, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Apr 07, 2013 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

most common way for software to show exponentiation is with a double asterisk

ie; 9 to the 10th power would be 9**10

ie; 9 to the 10th power would be 9**10

Jan 22, 2011 | Pearson Software Academic After Effects...

- Press the MODE button
- On the third line of the configuration screen either Radian or Degree is highlighted.
- Use Left or Right arrow to highlight the angle unit you want and press ENTER
- If you do not have any other configuration option to change, just press 2ND MODE to QUIT the setup screen.

May 10, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Hello,

There is no fraction button, but if you divide two integers (whole numbers) and want to keep the result as a fraction press [MATH][1:|=>Frac] [ENTER]. If the fraction can be reduced to its simplest form that is the result you will have.

27/48 [MATH][1:|=>Frac][ENTER] displays 9/16

Hope it helps.

There is no fraction button, but if you divide two integers (whole numbers) and want to keep the result as a fraction press [MATH][1:|=>Frac] [ENTER]. If the fraction can be reduced to its simplest form that is the result you will have.

27/48 [MATH][1:|=>Frac][ENTER] displays 9/16

Hope it helps.

Nov 18, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Hello,

There is no fraction button. Any division of two integers you do is represented as a decimal number. If you want your fraction to remain a fraction you enter it as follows

**7[ / ] 19 [ MATH][1:ToFrac] [=] displays 7/19**

If you want to convert a decimal number into a proper fraction press**[MATH][1:ToFrac] .**

Exemple 7/19 [ENTER] gives .36842105. If without doing anything else, you press [MATH][1:ToFrac] you recover 7/19.

There are limitations related to the number of decimal digits in the floating point number.

.3684 [MATH][1:ToFrac][=] gives 921/2500 but

.36842 [MATH][1:ToFrac][=] gives .36842 : it is not converted to fraction.

Hope it helps

There is no fraction button. Any division of two integers you do is represented as a decimal number. If you want your fraction to remain a fraction you enter it as follows

If you want to convert a decimal number into a proper fraction press

Exemple 7/19 [ENTER] gives .36842105. If without doing anything else, you press [MATH][1:ToFrac] you recover 7/19.

There are limitations related to the number of decimal digits in the floating point number.

.3684 [MATH][1:ToFrac][=] gives 921/2500 but

.36842 [MATH][1:ToFrac][=] gives .36842 : it is not converted to fraction.

Hope it helps

Sep 16, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hello,

Once you enter a fraction the calculator calculates it and displays a decimal result.So basically you cannot do fraction manipulations. However you can convert a decimal result into a fraction. To do the conversion, you enter the decimal number then you Press [MATH] and [1]. (** -->Frac)** The number will be converted.

Similarly you can enter a fraction to a decimal number**(-->Dec)**

[MATH] [2:] [ENTER]. But I see no point in doing that, because any fraction entered is displayed as a decimal number.

Hope it helps

Once you enter a fraction the calculator calculates it and displays a decimal result.So basically you cannot do fraction manipulations. However you can convert a decimal result into a fraction. To do the conversion, you enter the decimal number then you Press [MATH] and [1]. (

Similarly you can enter a fraction to a decimal number

[MATH] [2:] [ENTER]. But I see no point in doing that, because any fraction entered is displayed as a decimal number.

Hope it helps

Sep 03, 2009 | Texas Instruments Office Equipment &...

You may be able to find a program online that will automatically do what you want however if you don't have to do this too often you can just manually set "1" to a variable via the "STO-->" button (right above the "on" button-- select the value, pres sto-->, alpha and whatever variable you want) and set the ".75" to a variable.

Finding a program may be difficult for this type of program because you're trying to separate a whole number (essentially looking for a whole number and the remainder). You could always write a program for yourself but as I said before it might be a bit difficult.

Finding a program may be difficult for this type of program because you're trying to separate a whole number (essentially looking for a whole number and the remainder). You could always write a program for yourself but as I said before it might be a bit difficult.

Jun 25, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

x10 to the power of x is the EXP button, just press this and then the number it is to the power of!

Nov 20, 2008 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

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