$\\displaystyle\\frac{\\var{a}\\log(\\var{b}+\\var{c})-\\var{d}}{\\log(\\var{m}^\\var{p})}$

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**Logs:** There is a button that has log written on it. Make sure when you use the log button you use a set of brackets around the number you are taking the log of.

**Powers:** There are square and cube buttons that look like $x^2$ and $x^3$. For any other power you need to use the $x^\\square$ button on a Casio, or the $y^x$ button on the Sharp, but if you calculator is a little bit older this button might look like $\\wedge$. Notice you can make the power a fraction by typing a fraction into the exponent or by using brackets.

**Roots: **There is normally a square root button that looks just like you would expect $\\sqrt{\\square}$. To get other roots you need to find the button that looks like $\\sqrt[x]{\\phantom{5}}$ or $\\sqrt[\\square]{\\square}$.

**Arrows:** On modern calculators the arrows allow you to move the cursur, for example to different levels of a fraction, out of a fraction, in between other symbols to insert something you forgot to type in previously.

**Brackets:** If you use an open a bracket it is often necessary (or at least good practice) to have a closing bracket that pairs with it.

**Fractions:** The fraction button on the modern Casio calculators looks like this $\\frac{\\square}{\\square}$ and on the Sharp calculators it looks like ${\\bf a}\\, ^b/_c$. The button that converts from fractions to decimals on the modern Casio calculators is $S\\leftrightarrow D$ and on the Sharp calculators it is the ${\\bf a}\\, ^b/_c$ button again.

\\var{a}\\log(\\var{b}+\\var{c})-\\var{d}}{\\log(\\var{m}^\\var{a})

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