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Q: Will 3.14 give me the same answer as pie would on a calculator if I can't use the pie button?

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That would depend on which model of calculator you have. Most calculators have a button with the following symbol on them: "^" which represents the exponent function. In most cases it can be used like this: entering "2^4" would give you two to the fourth power (16).

Being able to work without a calculator will give you a deeper understanding of maths and arithmetic, and the methods (either using your brain or on paper) used to reach a correct answer. A calculator won't show you how to work the calculation, but will give an answer at the touch of a button or two. It is best to learn without a calculator first, before relying on a calculator.

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easy. 3x3x3 = 27, so 3 is the cube root of 27.to get there, grab a scientific calculator and press shift then the square route button, then press in 27.your calculator will give you the answer of 3.

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that queation doesnt make any sence u retard because u cant get the tan of a triangle u can only get the tan of a number To find the tan of an angle you want to use this ratio: Opposite side divided by adjacent side Once you find the answer, on a scientific calculator you enter in your answer and hit the inv button then the tan button and it should give you your answer.

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Your local bank branch would be able to give you information on CD rate calculator. You may also look on line on several websites. A couple of them are www.bankofinternet.com, www.free-online-calculator-use.com/cd-rate-calculator.

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