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Yes, the x^y button can be used. enter 1.8, enter x^y, enter .33333 and see what you get.

1.2644 10^4

What did you come up with. I may have gotten the value in the paren wrong??

The answer is £25,303

yes thats the right figures

\[3((6.0)10^{11})^{1/3}\]

Is that what you get before taking the cube root?

If i feed into my calculator i get 3[6^11]^1/3

I'm not a genius with equations so am struggling with this one

I am adjusting the expression to read:\[3(0.60 x 10^{12})^{1/3}\]

Do you understand scientific notation using exponents for 10?

No

\[10^{11} = 10^{2}(10^{9})\]

Good luck.

Thanks for your help, much appreciated.