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Unformatted text preview: if you raise 10 (or e) to a power equal to the log. Inverse log of 5.26 means raise 10 to the power of 5.26 to get 10 5.26 enter 5.26 [2 nd ][log] Inverse ln 5.26 means raise e to the power of 5.26 to get e 5.26 enter 5.26 [2 nd ][ln] Powers & Roots To raise a number to a power we use the Y x button. raise 5 to the power of 3 (5 3 ) 5 [Y x ] 3 [=] To take a square root we use the x key. to find 9, enter 9, then x Fixing Decimal Places To set the calculator to give a specific number of decimal places, use 2 nd [FIX], then enter the number of places. To return to a floating decimal, use 2 nd [FIX] [FIX] Set the calculator at 2 decimal places and calculate 1/3. Multiplication and Division of Exponents 1. (6.78 x 10 3 )(5.55 x 104 ) = ___________________ 2. (2.99 x 109 ) / (4.03 x 106 ) = _________________ 3. (7 x 10 3 ) 4 = _______________________________ 4. (5.00 x 10 5 ) 1/6 = 1 ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course CHM 1025 taught by Professor J during the Summer '09 term at Santa Fe College.
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