How do I change the rate constant symbol on my calculator?

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Hello, I am trying to work out the rate constant for my Access chemistry but my calculator will only show me the symbol and not the actual answer.

Does anyone know how to change the rate constant symbol on the calculator to the actual answer?

I would be very grateful for any suggestions.
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(Original post by cathyhelen)
Hello, I am trying to work out the rate constant for my Access chemistry but my calculator will only show me the symbol and not the actual answer.

Does anyone know how to change the rate constant symbol on the calculator to the actual answer?

I would be very grateful for any suggestions.
There should be a "symbol to number" key, that you can hit to turn (eg) pi to 3.1415…
For me, it was labelled S <=> D, and was above the DEL key.
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