there are no keys for exponents, but you use this ^. its used for online classes.
Writing exponents on a keyboard is a challenge. If you hold SHIFT and press 6 you get this character: ^. This is the character used to express exponents. For example, 2^3 = 8 and 7^2 = 49
You type 7 to the power of 3.
To find exponent on the keyboard, type the number you need, highlight it, go to font, and checkmark superscript.
You can make a macro with a simple mouse and keyboard recorder. I recommend AutoHotKey for this. To make a bot, you will need knowledge in some type of programming. The easiest to learn would be Java.
That's my macro: Sub Macro1() ' ' Macro1 Macro ' ' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+m ' ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=(RC[-1]-RC5)/RC[-1]" Range("O13").Select End Sub
In C language, getchar is used to read a character from keyboard(macro version).
Use the ^ key, word or pages should convert it automatically. example: 2x^3
Exponents is exponents
Use superscript. For example, in MS-Word, select the text you want to raise, and press Ctrl and plus.
When you create a macro, you store a phrase (even a long string of characters) in memory so that typing a single key on the keyboard will produce the phrase, saving all that retyping. Macros save you time and effort, that's what they do. The last person thought it meant macro in programming. Macro is a close up image
You can not drag a cell, only the contents of the cell. You need either an input device (if not a mouse or keyboard, perhaps a touch screen) or program a macro to move cell contents.
Calling a macro loads the macro into memory, while executing the macro runs the macro.
A macro processor is a program that copies a stream of text from one place to another, making a systematic set of replacements as it does so. Macro processors are often embedded in other programs, such as assemblers and compilers. Sometimes they are standalone programs that can be used to process any kind of text.
The exponents are added.
... a smart move. The keyboard is quicker for most every task and more ergonomic too.
because when you type on the keyboard it inputs the letters/words on the computer, so there connected making them input devices.
ASCII art ( making keyboard symbols/pictures ) - look to the related link below .
you do not do anything when you add numbers with exponents. you just figure out the answer. it is only if you multiply numbers with exponents, where you add the exponents..
Fractional exponents follow the same rules as integral exponents. Integral exponents are numbers raised to an integer power.
On the keyboard find the < sign and next to it put the number 3, making <3. This works on any standard keyboard.