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HPPrime exponents display  Richard Berler  07192013 This youtube video from the hpprime facebook page seems to have normal looking exponents, at least in the graphing app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPlbZSC_jt0
Re: HPPrime exponents display  Steve Leibson  07192013 Thanks. This looks like a really nice machine and the exponents do indeed look normal now.
Re: HPPrime exponents display  Tim Wessman  07192013 That is the square function (a superscript character). It has always looked like that.
Re: HPPrime exponents display  Ángel Martin  07192013 Does that mean all the other exponents still look "peculiar"?
Re: HPPrime exponents display  Tim Wessman  07192013 Previously, the baseline was a 1 line height raise upon first implementation. It is now a 3/5 line height raise  so no. Edited: 19 July 2013, 11:11 a.m.
Re: HPPrime exponents display  dg1969  07192013 Why not write a dot product "." rather than a star "*" ?
Re: HPPrime exponents display  Ángel Martin  07192013 I actually prefer the "*" character, it has better legibility.
Re: HPPrime exponents display  dg1969  07192013 Quote: Not in my opinion... In textbook style the normal dot product is better... expression are more easy to read. Ti Casio have better math font... Have you ever see a "*" product in mathematical book in general expression ?
