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if you are raising a number to a power (exponent)it is y to the x key (y with superscript x)

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Q: What button is exponents on a calculator?

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Entering exponents is done by pushing the key labeled [EXP] or [EE] or [EEX].

no button you gotta work it out yaself

the via button means the variable.

First, type the number to be put to a negative power. Then, press the exponent button. Then, press the open parenthesis button. Now press the change-sign button. Then, press the number that is the opposite of the number the first number was to be put to the power of. Now, press the close parenthesis button. Now, press enter.

There should be a negative button on your calculator, separate from the minus button. Press that button before pressing the buttons for the numbers of the exponent.

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The answers varies by calculator. However, most calculators capable of calculating exponents (such as scientific or graphing calculators) have a button with the symbol^. You can use that button to calculate exponents like this: a^x, where a and x are numbers. For example: 2^2 = 4. And 3^3 = 27.

Entering exponents is done by pushing the key labeled [EXP] or [EE] or [EEX].

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

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either a "x" or * button

use the super-script button it looks like this..... x2 it is usually the 6th button

no button you gotta work it out yaself

the via button means the variable.

First, type the number to be put to a negative power. Then, press the exponent button. Then, press the open parenthesis button. Now press the change-sign button. Then, press the number that is the opposite of the number the first number was to be put to the power of. Now, press the close parenthesis button. Now, press enter.

Windows Calculator has a "sqrt" button on the right hand side. Key in your number then click on this button.

Assuming the calculator can do exponents, take the number and raise it to the power of 1/2.