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My calculator is a texas instrument were is the exponent botton im trying to find out what is.00328 to the 1460 power

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The ^ key is just above and to the left of the 7 key.

Of course, a number smaller than 10^-2 raised to 1460 is going to be smaller than 10^-2900, which is going to be indistinguishable from zero on just about any calculator.

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