# Functions that can be used in Online Calculators

When you are using an online exponent calculator, you will have all the functions that has to go into the problem, so all that you have to do is type in the numbers. You will be able to find the exponents for many numbers in this way. But if the exponent calculator does not display that key symbols, then you will be able to type it into the space provided. The number of which the exponent should be found should be entered first, and that will make it the base number. After that, the caret symbol should be entered after which the exponent value is typed. The exponent value in the exponent calculator will represent the number of time the base value should be multiplied by itself so that you can get the answer. You will be able to follow the same process for solving problems like GCF, LCM, expanding an equation and factorizing an equation. For all these problems the base value is written, and the exponent should be entered after the caret symbol. Once the problem is entered, you will be able to find the answer by clicking solve.

Some online calculators will have a function in which the problem can be entered, and if it is complex, then you will be able to get the help of a tutor or an online community for solving it. This is very useful for solving problems like integration, differentiation, matrices and much more which could involve a lot of steps and calculations. When you are entering the matrix, you can separate each value in the row by using a comma, and you will have to enter an underscore to separate the rows. All the values will be entered within a set of parenthesis.
If you have to use subscripts for problems in logarithms, then you can enter the variable that is the base outside the parenthesis and the subscript will be entered within. This type is used to specify the variable that you are using currently. Entering square roots will also involve a similar process in which you will type the number for which you should find the square root or the radicand inside the square root symbol that will be displayed on the screen. If you have to find the roots for other bases like cube root or root to the fourth power, then you should enter the radicand within the root symbol and the index value such as 3 or 4 should be specified outside the sign within brackets.
Coordinates will represent the points that you have to plot, and this will be very useful when you have to plot a graph. You will be able to type in coordinates by entering the values within brackets and then you can separate it with a comma so that the x and y-coordinate will be differentiating. Functional notation like f(x) will be entered the same way as coordinates, and it can be used for replacing the y variable. Many such functions can be used for solving all the equations.