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(10^10)^50 is 10^(10*50), which is 10^500. You can't do this on most scientific calculators since they only go to 10^99. But then, you don't need a calculator for a simple problem like this, which I'm sure was what the instructor intended you to discover.

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Raise 10 to the 8th power.


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How do you solve roots on the calculator?

If you want to raise a number to a power, use the ^ key just above the divide key. For example, to raise two to the third power, press
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How to find the antilog of 10log(base 10) (1+e^2)

Raise 10 to the power (1+e^2). Your calculator probably has a 10^x key for this. If it doesn't, use the y^x or ^ key.

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How do you type x raise to a power higher than 2? for example 10 raised to the 7.5th power.

there is the ^ button right about the division button. I tend to use parenthesis. So 10^(7.5) or 10^(15/2). the same follows for x^(7.5) or x^(15/2)

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Where is the exponent button

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Apr 03, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-36 X Solar Calculator

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I need to express 6.02*10^23 on my ti30xa. How do I do this?

There is key labeled on the body of the calculator as [10 raised to power x]
You press the [2nd] key before.
To enter Avogadro's Number
6.02[*] [ ( ] 23 [2nd][10^x] [)][=]. This is the direct way. Note the parentheses that enclose 10^23.

However, if I had to do it, I would use the commutativity of the multiplaction and enter the power of 10, then multiply by 6.02.
23 [10^x] [*] 6.02 [=]
the exponentiation (the raising to a power) operation has priority over the multiplication

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I am trying to find out where is

Please read the following with patience.

  1. Let y=10^(x) ( 10 raised to the power of x)
  2. Take the log of both tems of the equality.
  3. You getlog(y)=log[10^(x)] where I used square brackets for clarity.
  4. But from the general properties of logarithmslog(b^(a)) = a*log(b)
  5. Applied to our expression above ( in Number 1)log(10^x)=x*log10
  6. But since we are using log as log in base 10, log_10(10)=1 so log(y)=x
  7. We thus have two equivalent relations y=10^x <----> x=log(y) The double arrow stands for equivalence.

If y is the log of x, then x is the antilog of y

Let's get back to you problem : To obtain the antilog you use the key marked with a 10^x.

Exemple1: What is the antilog of 3
Answer: Antilog(3) =10^3 =1000 because log(1000) =3.

Exemple 2: What is the antilog of 1.543765?
Antilog(1.543765) = 10^ (1.543765)= 34.97558603

Exemple3: What is the antilog of -0.37654?
Answer: Antilog (-0.37654) =10^(-0.37654) =0.4202038237

Look on the body of the calculator if there is key or a [Shift] key labeled with 10^x ( a 10 with a small raised x). If you are able to find it, use it. If not, you can always use the [raise to the power key] ( a caret ^, or Y to the x or X to the y.) For the last exemple, you type it as follows.
10 [^] (-) 0.37654 [=/ENTER]. The (-) is the change sign not the regular Minus.

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