## How do you do exponents on a TI 34 calculator?

To input an exponent using the TI-30X IIS/B, TI-34 II Explorer Plus, TI-30XS MultiView, and TI-34 MultiView, use the carat [^] key. For TI-30X IIS/B, TI-34 II Explorer Plus, and TI-30XS MultiView users, the carat key is located below the [p] key. For TI-34 MultiView users, the carat key is located below the [x2] key.

**Is the TI-34 MultiView a graphing calculator?**

Mathprint mode allows input in math notation. Allows entering pi, square roots and fractions directly. Classic mode allows normal entry, with all the functionality of the TI-34II….Texas Instruments® TI-34 MultiView™ Scientific Calculator.

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Product Type | Scientific Non-Graphing Calculator |

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### How do you charge a TI 34 Multiview calculator?

Answer: This unit does not need charging. It operates with solar power generated by any source of light.

**How do you do log base on a TI 34?**

How do I calculate the log and inverse log of a number using the TI-34 II Explorer Plus?

- Press the [2nd] key, then the [LOG] key to access the LOG menu.
- With the cursor under the ‘LOG’ function, press [=].
- Input [1]. Press [)] to close parentheses.
- Press the [=] key.

#### Where is the exponent button on a TI 30xs calculator?

Press the carat or ^ symbol, which is located along the left edge of your calculator’s keypad, about halfway between top and bottom. Enter the exponent; to continue with the previous example, in the exponential expression 53, the exponent is 3.

**What batteries does a TI 34 calculator use?**

The TI-34 II Explorer Plus uses one CR-2025 lithium button cell battery.

## Is ti 34 allowed on Sat?

The TI-34 MultiView™ scientific calculator is approved for use on SAT®, ACT®, and AP® exams.

**Does TI-34 MultiView need batteries?**

The TI-34 II Explorer Plus Scientific calculator is battery and solar powered. The TI-34 II Explorer Plus operates in well-lit areas using solar cell and operates in other low-lit areas using the button cell battery. The TI-34 II Explorer Plus uses one CR-2025 lithium button cell battery.