Q: Where is the exponent key on a TI-30XA calculator?

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

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

Simple: Don't use a calculator. Just go to your Search bar and type, for instance, (5^3)^-6. The ^ key makes the number after it an exponent. Then... Google supplies the answer. :) It's easy.

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

negative 4 with negative 3 as an exponent

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

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

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).

The exponent key on a calculator is typically denoted by a symbol like "^" or "y^x". It is used to raise a number to a certain power. For example, if you wanted to calculate 2 raised to the power of 3, you would press the exponent key and enter the numbers accordingly.

The answer depends on your calculator but many have shortcut keys for "x10x" or something similar.

Simple: Don't use a calculator. Just go to your Search bar and type, for instance, (5^3)^-6. The ^ key makes the number after it an exponent. Then... Google supplies the answer. :) It's easy.

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.

Simple: Don't use a calculator. Just go to your Search bar and type, for instance, (5^3)^-6. The ^ key makes the number after it an exponent. Then... Google supplies the answer. :) It's easy.