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Q: How do you key a cube function into your TI84 calculator?

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3.68403149864039........ If you have a scientific calculator, there should be a "yx" key or maybe a "^" key. To find a cube root, use the exponent (1/3).

3.68403149864039........ If you have a scientific calculator, there should be a "yx" key or maybe a "^" key. To find a cube root, use the exponent (1/3).

a function key a scientific calculator called TAN

Because it was discovered by Jaques Cube when he was using his calculator while walking and he tripped over a root and accidentally hit the square root key, then a number, then ^ carrot key, then hit 1 divided by 3 then enter while he was falling ------------------------------------------------------------------ The non-idiotic answer is that the volume of a cube is a side times a side times a side (a side cubed). Calculating the cube root is the inverse function of cubing, the root being the basic part you started with, a side.

The fraction function of a TI-83 Plus calculator is number one under the math button.

The previous answer was unfortunately misleading--there IS a key that serves the same purpose as the carrot key: "[yx]" key (directly below the "[off]" key), function exactly like carrot.

Most scientific calculators have a single key which looks like "x3" except that the 3 is in superscript. Others have "x-followed by a superscript picture of a square". In this case you would enter the number you want cubed, then this function key and then 3.On non-scientific calculators you can always do "number * number * number = ".

On my calculator it is the same key as the log key, but you have to press the "Shift" key first. It is shown as 10â– .

The inverse of a logarithmic function is an exponential function. So to find the "inverse" of the log function, you use the universal power key, unless you're finding the inverse of a natural log, then you use the e^x key.

It depends on the calculator. It could be "Rnd".

the power key turns on and off

pi key on a TELEPHONE? I know of the pi on a calculator... but have never heard of a phone sporting this function. pi on a calculator is used to calculate areas of circles and many other mathematical equations. Pi goes on forever but the first few digits are 3.14159

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