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Exponents how do these on this calculator? for example 2^10 Thank you :)

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  • gracef Jul 29, 2008

    yes I'm sorry about that!



    I am studying financial math, compound interest to be specific and i'm not sure how to enter in the term t to a power



    for example

    2 to the 6th power

    2^6



    thank you again!

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Can u make it clear
and more 2success?

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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