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Can not locate the exponet key on the calculator

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It's right above the divide key, marked y^x.

Or do you mean the "Enter Exponent" key? That one's right above the 7 key, marked EE.

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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How to type a negative exponet


The same way you type in any negative number. Press the (-) key then enter the digits.

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How do I put an exponet in on TI-30XA


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EXPONETS


6 . 4 2ND EE (-) 4 ENTER

EE is the second-shift of the comma key, just above the 7 key.

The (-) key is just to the right of the decimal point. You don't want to use the - key, which is for subtracting a value from another.

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Where is the raised key for exponets?


Just below the OFF and above the divide, marked y^x.

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How do you do problems where you have to use an exponet?


If you mean entering an exponent of ten, use the EE key.

If you mean raising exponents, use x^y, 2ND 10^x, or 2ND e^x depending on the base.

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Where is the exponet sign at


For the exponent of ten, it's the key marked "EE" just above the digit 7. For raising a value to another, it's the y^x key just above the divide.

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How do I get exponets other than square and cube. For example I need 2.8X4


Hello.
Use the [^] under [CLEAR]
2.8[^]4 [=] gives 61.4656
Hope it helps.

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Where is the exponet button


the letter 'e^x' is the button for exponent. it is the same as shift of "lnX"
hope u find it now

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