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Error: Invalid exponent in number
07-01-2022, 08:59 PM
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Error: Invalid exponent in number
Quick issue:

I am getting this "Error: Invalid exponent in number " message on my calculator, how do I address this?

I am trying to put in the function:

0.9/1+271e^0.122(x)

Graphing this and trying to substitute the x for (a number) I keep getting this error.
What might the correct syntax be to not get this error and to get this to work without fail?

Also the same is occurring when I try 450e^-0.135t.
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07-02-2022, 01:42 AM
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RE: Error: Invalid exponent in number
(07-01-2022 08:59 PM)JamPak420 Wrote:  Quick issue:

I am getting this "Error: Invalid exponent in number " message on my calculator, how do I address this?

I am trying to put in the function:

0.9/1+271e^0.122(x)

Graphing this and trying to substitute the x for (a number) I keep getting this error.
What might the correct syntax be to not get this error and to get this to work without fail?

Also the same is occurring when I try 450e^-0.135t.

Try putting a * sign between the number and the e. It thinks the e means scientific notation

0.9/1+271*e^0.122(x)

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