# I am trying to figure out how to do this question on my calculator 112.6e^.125 (3)

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Type in 112.6 then second function and the ln button (you will see above it in orange the e to the power of x in orange). On your screen an e with a little block appears above it. Type in 0.125 open brackets ( 3 close bracket ) equals and the answer should be 163.8320333.

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