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6 years 4 months ago #6974

Amit Wajat

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I don't think it has one!
6 years 4 months ago #6973

Aline Vida

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Thank you. It does. Did the physical calculator have those keys?
6 years 4 months ago #6970

Amit Wajat

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Well the pro-metric had the physical calculators available and i was able to use them for my calculations. .

Also if you want to use following in the Windows calculator, you can do this by Selecting View -> Scientific and you have all the options:
X to the y power
X to the 3 power

Hope this helps

All the Best!
6 years 4 months ago #6966

Aline Vida

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Congratulations!

Hello,

Did the calculator on the exam have these keys? I mean the one that is a part of the exam that you can use.

M+
M-
Mr

X to the y power
X to the 3 power
6 years 4 months ago #6943

Ahmed Amin

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Congratulations Amit! I am sure you had enough drama during the exam :)
good Luck and you can focus on the areas you scored less during your efforts to earn the PDUs.
6 years 4 months ago #6938

Rahul Kakkar

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Congratulations Amit! And thank you for posting your experience and methodology.

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