were is the carrot button on a scientific calculator
You sure can..!
For basic algebra, you can use a calculator with basic functions on it used for arithmetic. If you are trying to solve more complex equations, a scientific calculator will suit you better.
11.6619038You know you could always use google calculator or a real calculator right?
Use a calculator.
use a calculator
How to calculate PVIFA, or Present Value Interest Factor of an Annuity, depends on your particular financial calculator. In general, you input the information you have using the Present Value function and the calculator will use factor tables to generate an answer.
The factor tree for the number 956 would be written out as 2*2*239. To find the factor tree you can use a factor tree calculator to get the answer you need.
1,2,3,5 (Hint google "factor calculator")
Divide by 2, 3 and 4. 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,24
You choose any number for the first factor. Then you divide 18 by that first factor to get the second factor.
you divide the number, say the number was 350 and you were seeing if 3 was a factor of it, you would input 350 divided by three and the answer would be 116.666666... so no 350 is not divisible by 3 basically you have to divide it on a calculator and to be divisible it has to be a whole number. hope it helps.
You get 5.6 It tells me that 15 is not a factor of 84.
I get 5.6 This tells me that 15 is not a factor of 84.
Try it out! Divide 72 by 48, for example on a calculator. If you get a whole number, it is; otherwise it's not.