How to type a squared sign after a number on word?
The simplest way is to type a "^" (called a "carat", it is the result of hitting SHIFT and the "6" key) and then "2". The result, "X^2", would be read as "X raised to the second power."
If you are trying to get a superscript 2 ("X2"), you would type the "2", then select it with your mouse (place your curser to the left of the 2, hold down the left mouse button, move your curser to the right of the 2, and then release the mouse button), and then format it to superscript. How you specifically do that depends on which version of Word you have - in Word 2002 (used on Windows XP), you would chose FORMAT from the Menu Bar, then FONT, and then chose the tick box marked "Superscript". For Word 2007, the concept would be the same but the execution a bit different.
You can show squared (or at least I did on my computer) by using the ^ sign after the number you are squaring followed by a 2. (Eg. 3 squared would look like this: 3^2=9) This also works to cube a number. (Eg. 3 cubed would look like: 3^3=27) This symbol is located on my 6 button, it might be different on yours. (Not sure what they were going for here) 2 2 Or on…
To write a small number such as a square sign on Microsoft word, hold down 'Ctrl', 'Alt' and press the '+' button. This mill make the text 'superscript', which means that it will be smaller, and appear in line with the top of the normal text. To turn 'superscript' off, press 'Ctrl', 'Alt' and '+' again.
The symbol (a superscript 2) is not available on general keyboards. However, most text handling programs (Word etc) allow the input of the ascii code for special symbols of which the squared sign is one. These symbols should display in files using charsets ISO 8859-1 or UTF-8. For Windows operating systems, ensure the number lock is on , hold down the Alt key and using the numeric keypad type in 0178. The symbol 2 will…
Describe the type of sign which would let you know that you were on a short state highway in a city?
In your statement of the quantities, I don't see the word "equals" anywhere. Without that, all you have is an expression that stands for a number. The number depends on the values of 'x' and 'y', and it changes as soon as one of them changes. You don't have an equation, no question is asked, and no answer is required.
This is a Numero Sign N0, Though it has a number of variations they all include a letter 'n' capitalized or uncapitalized followed by a circular character. The Numero Sign also known as the Numero Symbol is a typographical abbreviation of the word 'number' indicating ordinal numeration. It is typically used in titles and names.
Amiga Forever is the bigest font type I dont know what the biggest font is but you can try it yourself, in Word, in the format icon where the size of the text is, just type in a number and see if Word produces it, I would say at least 77pt. Note, you can select the present number point box, and type over it a bigger number. The biggest font size is 1638
�Superscript 2� Use ASCII code to achieve that, there's also a select character or select symbol function I do believe. It's a superscript 2 by the way. It looks like this: x� you can copy and paste that if you'd like or you can hold alt, then press the numbers on the num-pad 0178, then releasing alt. First write x2. Highlight the 2, Go to format->font and check the box next to "superscript". This can…