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How do you do negative exponents?

 Dec 27, 2015
edited by Guest  Dec 27, 2015
edited by Guest  Dec 27, 2015
edited by Guest  Dec 27, 2015
edited by Guest  Dec 27, 2015

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Example:    4^(-3)  =   1/4^3   

 

On the Web2.0 calculator    enter   '4'   then  y^x   then 3  then +- key then =

 Dec 27, 2015
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Example:    4^(-3)  =   1/4^3   

 

On the Web2.0 calculator    enter   '4'   then  y^x   then 3  then +- key then =

Guest Dec 27, 2015
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This is a thread that I put together a very long time ago.

 

You may find it very helpful :)

 

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/indices-especially-negative-indices

 

I pulled this address for our "Reference Material"   Sticky thread.

There are some really good posts stored in there.

You could take a look :)

 

NinjaDevo put these together for the forum. I was and still am, very grateful to him. :)

 Dec 27, 2015
edited by Melody  Dec 27, 2015

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