Question about Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator
Scientific notation is a number format that has the following structure (d stands for digit)
one digit decimal mark several other digits [times] 10 raised to power of exponent
d [decimal mark] dddddd...[x] 10^ (-) dd
Here are two examples the last two results. The number of digits after the decimal mark is select by the user depending on the number of significant digits in the data. The exponent can be positive or negative.
In you case, to enter x10^ you press the [EE] key (no 10 is entered) the sign of the exponent and the value of exponent.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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