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# How do I use the scientific calculator while calculating exponents

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how do I enter 6.626 x 10exponent-34 x 6.5 x 10 exponent 14

Nov 17, 2015

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6.626 x 10exponent-34 x 6.5 x 10 exponent 14

(6.626*10^-34)*(6.5*10^14)=

(6.626*10^-34)*(6.5*10^14) = 0.00000000000000000043069

If you enter it like this on the home page and then press = again, it will change it to scientific notation. :)

Unfortunately that does not work from inside the forum. :(

I am going to try it our guests way. :)

6.626e-34*6.5e14 = 0.00000000000000000043069

0.00000000000000000043069 = 4.3069e-19

It will disply in scientific notation in the forum that way too.

Thanks guest you have shown me something really good.   Nov 17, 2015
edited by Melody  Nov 17, 2015

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Are you talking about the calculator here? If yes, this is what you do: Enter your first number, 6.626, then press the letter "e" in the top left-hand, then enter 34 followed by +,- key to the right of zero. It should look like this:6.626e-34. "e" stands for "exponent of 10". Now, you hit one the four operations, +,-,x,/. Next you enter your second number exactly the same as the first number. Finally, you hit the = key twice. That should get you what you want. Good luck.

Nov 17, 2015
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6.626 x 10exponent-34 x 6.5 x 10 exponent 14

(6.626*10^-34)*(6.5*10^14)=

(6.626*10^-34)*(6.5*10^14) = 0.00000000000000000043069

If you enter it like this on the home page and then press = again, it will change it to scientific notation. :)

Unfortunately that does not work from inside the forum. :(

I am going to try it our guests way. :)

6.626e-34*6.5e14 = 0.00000000000000000043069

0.00000000000000000043069 = 4.3069e-19

It will disply in scientific notation in the forum that way too.

Thanks guest you have shown me something really good.   Melody Nov 17, 2015
edited by Melody  Nov 17, 2015