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posted by jerson .
use a graphing calculator use the graph y=e^x to evaluate e^1.7 to four decimal places.

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I don't see why you need a graphing calculator. Enter 1.7 and then hit the e^x button, if it has one.
The answer is 5.4739, rounded to four decimal places after the decimal point. (That's five significant figures)
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