Special Math Symbol TableType the characters (shown below the symbol on yellow backgrounds) to obtain the indicated symbol.NotEqualGreater thanor EqualLess…

Special Math Symbol Table

Type the characters (shown below the symbol on yellow backgrounds) to obtain the indicated symbol.

Not

Equal

Greater than

or Equal

Less than

or Equal

Squared or

2 Exponent

Cubed or

3 Exponent

Deg.MultiplyPlus or

Minus

Square

Root

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Be sure to label answers with appropriate units: $12.42, 3 IN, 87 MM, 100 FT2, etc.

You may also type SQ IN to obtain IN2; SQ FEET or SQ FT to obtain FT2; or CUBIC IN or CU IN to obtain IN3

As a shortcut, type X3 for X3; or Y2 for Y2; also IN2 for IN2; and M3 for M3, etc.

Standard Math Symbols (found directly on keyboard)Plus SignMinus Sign

or Subtract Sign

Divide SignEqual SignLess Than SignGreater Than Sign
Note: Do not put period (.) after units, so type TSP (not TSP.) for teaspoon.

Type fractions such as 3½ as 3 1/2 or -8¾ as -8 3/4

For answers that are repeating decimals (and no rounding instructions are given),

instead of typing 0.33… or 0.66…, use 1/3 or 2/3 (since the fraction form

is the most accurate representation of the answer).

To represent X4, type X4 which will be modified to X^4, where ^ indicates raised to a power.

To obtain 28, type 2^8, where “^8” means raised to the 8th power.

Always use parentheses around numerators or denominators with two or more terms:

     For Example: A + B/C is not the same as (A+B)/C

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