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enter a value "x", press the "^" key, then enter the value you want to raise "x" to, "y". the calculator should show X^Y, for whatever you substituted. hit enter.

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On scientific calculators, the exponent key is usually [^] , [yx] , or [exp] .

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On a graphing calculator, it is the one that looks like an upside down V.

If your calculator is advanced, like the TI-84, there is an exponent button you can hit. Then, just Type negative and the exponent. If it is a simpler calculator, like a four-function calculator, there IS a way. By raising a number to a negative exponent, you are saying that one is being divided by that number to the positive version of that power. Ex: 5^-8 = 1/(5^8). To do this, divide one by the base, then raise it to the exponent, making sure that the exponent is POSITIVE. Also be careful that the entire denominator is in parentheses, just in case.

You would use a scientific calculator.

Hit the EE button on the calculator, and two zeros pop up on the right side of the screen. You then can type any one or two digit number as your exponent.

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To write an exponent on a laptop you would use the "^" key. For example, "3^2" would be "three squared."

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It is the upwards arrow, it is the same symbol on the "6" key of your keyboard.