anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the table feature on a graphing calculator to evaluate e1.6 to four decimal places. A. 4.953 B. 0.2019 C. 2.7183 D. 4.3493 *I will fan and award a medal :D*
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. 4.953
anonymous
  • anonymous
im puttn another question, can u help ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
put it
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is a straight evaluation that can be performed on any scientific calculator. The 'e' constant takes the place of the radical number 2.71828.... if you raise this to 1.6 you will arrive at your answer. many calculators have a 'e' button for such calculations
anonymous
  • anonymous
^so its not A>
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is...but next time you see 'e', know that it is just a number (2.718) with lots of decimal places that is made to look shorter by giving it its own variable
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok so 'e' i just put 2.718 ahhhh!(:

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