How do you type exponents on a keyboard?

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If you are not using a word processing program or other program that enables you to use superscripts, then typically the way to indicate an exponent is with the use of a caret symbol, for example 2 cubed would be 2^3.
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To find exponent on the keyboard, type the number you need, highlight it, go to font, and checkmark superscript.
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1. Position your cursor where you wish to enter the exponent. 2. Press the "control, "shift" and the " keys simultaneously to access the superscript capability
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1. Click on the “Start” button that you use to shut down your computer. Ad. 2. Select the “Programs” option. 3. Go to “Accessories” then select
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