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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Since exponents are hard to type, we usually use the carrot key, "^".

I get the correct answer on my calculator. Could it be set to scientific notation and there is a "-1" off to the right?

Let me know.

Good luck.

Paul

I get the correct answer on my calculator. Could it be set to scientific notation and there is a "-1" off to the right?

Let me know.

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 07, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Press 1 E 4

The E means "times 10 to the" so 1E4 is 1*10 to the 4th 10 to the 4th.

The E means "times 10 to the" so 1E4 is 1*10 to the 4th 10 to the 4th.

Oct 16, 2013 | HP 33s Calculator

use the up caret for exponents

ex: 10 to the 2 is 10^2

ex: 10 to the 2 is 10^2

Feb 27, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

Use the (-) key for negative numbers (not just exponents) instead of the - key. The - is to subtract one value from another, (-) is to input a negative value.

Sep 09, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

To enter powers of 10 you use the [EE] key.

EX: 1.07 x10^(38) type in 1.07[EE]38 [=]

EX: 1.07 x10^(38) type in 1.07[EE]38 [=]

Aug 31, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

I am not sure what you mean. I will try to guess.

If you use the universal power key marked [^] you can use any type of exponent, Just enclose the expression for the exponent in parentheses to avoid ambiguities.

EX: exponential of -3X+5

[2nd][LN] [( ] [(-)] 3 [X,T,Theta] [+] 5 [)]

If by exponents you mean powers the result will be displayed usually as decimals.

I suggest you enter the calculations you have to perform and press [ENTER]. The calculator will inform you in case of ERROR. In case of error with message QUIT or GOTO, select the GOTO option and you will be taken to the offending entry.

If you use the universal power key marked [^] you can use any type of exponent, Just enclose the expression for the exponent in parentheses to avoid ambiguities.

EX: exponential of -3X+5

[2nd][LN] [( ] [(-)] 3 [X,T,Theta] [+] 5 [)]

If by exponents you mean powers the result will be displayed usually as decimals.

I suggest you enter the calculations you have to perform and press [ENTER]. The calculator will inform you in case of ERROR. In case of error with message QUIT or GOTO, select the GOTO option and you will be taken to the offending entry.

Jun 14, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Usually you do not use the prefix micro by itself, it must be followed by the name of a unit: 1 micrometer=10^-6 meter. This being said, you want to enter 100*10^-6 and raise it to power 2.

For this you can use the exponent rules.

In what follows, I will enter (10^-6)* 100 and square it. I will use the change sign (-) or [+/-] key

(-6) [2nd][10 to x] [*] 100 [=] [x^2] [=]

The first = calculates 100*10^(-6), the second [=] calculates the square of the number obtained after the first [=].

There are other ways that use parentheses to avoid ambiguities, but I think this is the safest one for you. Be warned that the result will most likely be displayed in scientific format, 1.00 -08 where the -08 will be raised with respect to the main level line. If not, the result will be 0.00000001

For this you can use the exponent rules.

- 100*10^-6=(10^2)*(10^-6)=10^(2-6)=10^-4; product of powers =>algebraic sum pf exponents
- (10^-4)^2=10^(-4*2) =10^(-8) ; power of power =>product of exponents.

In what follows, I will enter (10^-6)* 100 and square it. I will use the change sign (-) or [+/-] key

(-6) [2nd][10 to x] [*] 100 [=] [x^2] [=]

The first = calculates 100*10^(-6), the second [=] calculates the square of the number obtained after the first [=].

There are other ways that use parentheses to avoid ambiguities, but I think this is the safest one for you. Be warned that the result will most likely be displayed in scientific format, 1.00 -08 where the -08 will be raised with respect to the main level line. If not, the result will be 0.00000001

Feb 17, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Hi,

You have a key labeled [Y to the x], use it for all the powers or roots that do not have a dedicated key or key sequence. Let the key be [^]

Ex: 13.675 to the power 1.33 is entered as 13.675 [^] (1.33) [=].

The result is 32.41778634

Ex: (-64)[^](2/3) [=] gives 16 as result. The (-) is the change sign key

Ex: (2.87655)^(-6.778) is entered as 2.87655 [^] ( (-) 6.778 ) [=] 0.0007758

The (-) is the change sign (or the negative of), not the regular minus. When you have a negative exponent or a complicated exponent, it is safer to enclose the whole exponent inside parentheses.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa

You have a key labeled [Y to the x], use it for all the powers or roots that do not have a dedicated key or key sequence. Let the key be [^]

Ex: 13.675 to the power 1.33 is entered as 13.675 [^] (1.33) [=].

The result is 32.41778634

Ex: (-64)[^](2/3) [=] gives 16 as result. The (-) is the change sign key

Ex: (2.87655)^(-6.778) is entered as 2.87655 [^] ( (-) 6.778 ) [=] 0.0007758

The (-) is the change sign (or the negative of), not the regular minus. When you have a negative exponent or a complicated exponent, it is safer to enclose the whole exponent inside parentheses.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa

Nov 21, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Press MODE and select one of the two complex modes.

Mar 30, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Hi Loringh,

see, high exponents are +ve powers, while low exponents are -ve powers.

e.g. for 1200000=1.2X10^6=1.2E+6 (high exponents)

for 0.0000000012=1.2X10^-9=1.2E-9 (low exponents)

I think so easy ?

Thanks

Zulfikar Ali

ali_zulfikar@yahoo.com

9899780221

see, high exponents are +ve powers, while low exponents are -ve powers.

e.g. for 1200000=1.2X10^6=1.2E+6 (high exponents)

for 0.0000000012=1.2X10^-9=1.2E-9 (low exponents)

I think so easy ?

Thanks

Zulfikar Ali

ali_zulfikar@yahoo.com

9899780221

Dec 12, 2008 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

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