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How to use exponentiation in scientific calculator?

For example 2*3*8

26th Jul 2022, 12:05 PM
Qis1
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Please refer to the instruction leaflet of your calculator. Looking at the images for Casio calculator, you probably need the x‚Ė† button.
27th Jul 2022, 1:23 PM
Lisa
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Which "scientific calculator" do you mean? I don't see an exponentiation in your example. Would you explain?
26th Jul 2022, 1:10 PM
Lisa
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In python: print ((2*3*8)**2) Sorry, my english is very bad.((
27th Jul 2022, 7:30 PM
Tory Kyujuroku
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Exponentiation depends on the calculator you use, I think. I've always used Casio and on that there's a button with x to the power of y: x^y (or just ^) So I press 2 first, then press x^y, then 3 then execute, equal etc to have 2^3 = 8, which I think is what you meant? Because as Lisa said, there's no exponent in your algebraic expression.
27th Jul 2022, 1:15 PM
Korkunç el Gato
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https://code.sololearn.com/clu98wy9m7PC/?ref=app I‚Äôm currently using scientific calculator by Casio fx-579ex. My question is, how could I use the exponentiation just like in the code that has been given using my calculator in order to get the answers ‚Äė512‚Äô. Really sorry about my bad in explanation.
27th Jul 2022, 1:17 PM
Qis1
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Oh I see thanks for the explanation
27th Jul 2022, 1:19 PM
Qis1
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Order of precedence seems different. So 2^(3^2) if that's what you're asking. That’s what you do on the calc to get 512.
27th Jul 2022, 1:33 PM
Korkunç el Gato
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