# How do you strikethrough text in onenote?

## How do you strikethrough text in onenote?

**To apply strikethrough formatting to text**

- Select the
**text**you want to format. - On the Home tab of the ribbon, in the Basic
**Text**group, click the**Strikethrough**button.

## How do I strikethrough a shortcut in Google Docs?

**If you're using the Google Docs app on your phone, iPhone or Android,here's what you have to do:**

- Select where you want to remove the
**strikethrough**. - Tap on the Format icon (which looks like the letter A) in the right corner.
- You should now see the
**Strikethrough**icon (which looks like the letter S). - Tap on it.

## What is the keyboard shortcut for subscript?

To make text appear slightly above (superscript) or below (subscript) your regular text, you can use keyboard shortcuts. Select the character that you want to format. For superscript, press **Ctrl**, **Shift**, and the Plus sign (+) at the same time. For subscript, press **Ctrl** and the Equal sign (=) at the same time.

## What does subscript number mean?

A **subscript** or superscript is a character (such as a **number** or letter) that is set slightly below or above the normal line of type, respectively. It is usually smaller than the rest of the text. **Subscripts** appear at or below the baseline, while superscripts are above.

## What does a subscript mean in a formula?

We use **subscripts** in chemical formulae to **indicate** the number of atoms of an element present in am molecule or **formula** unit. ... It indicates that each water molecule contains two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen. In terms of atoms, water always has a 2:1 ratio of hydrogen to oxygen.

## What is the little number below the big number?

Subscripts have many scientific applications, including mathematics, computer science, and chemistry. The small "n" is a subscript. When used in the context "Fn," it refers to a function evaluated for the value "n." The text n-1 and n-2 are also subscripts that define previous values of "n" in the sequence.

## What does 10 with a little 2 mean?

A square of a number is when the number is multiplied by itself. ... **102** is “**10** squared,” and the **small** “**2**” **means** that the number is squared.

## What other number can you square that results in 9?

Perfect Squares

Perfect Squares | |
---|---|

7 | 49 |

8 | 64 |

9 | 81 |

10 | 100 |

## What is the little 4 above a number?

The power (or exponent) of a **number** says how many times to use the **number** in a multiplication. It is written as a **small number** to the right and **above** the base **number**. But power can also mean the result of using an exponent, so in the previous example "64" is also called the power.

## How do you find the power of a number?

The **power of a number** is shown by the exponent. The exponent indicates how many times the base **number** is going to be multiplied by itself. Any **number** that is raised to a **power** is going to grow very fast!

## What do you call something to the 4th power?

Alternate Synonyms for "**fourth power**": biquadrate; biquadratic; quartic; number.

## Why is 27 a cube number?

When you multiply a whole **number** (not a fraction) by itself, and then by itself again the result is a **cube number**. For example 3 x 3 x 3 = **27**. ... This means three multiplied by itself three times.

## What are the cube numbers from 1 to 100?

The **cube numbers** up to **100** are: **1**, 8, 27 and 64. **Cube numbers** can be depicted as three dimensional **cubes**.

## What is the cube of 1 to 15?

Cube Numbers from 1 to 100

Number | Cube |
---|---|

12 | 1728 |

13 | 2197 |

14 | 2744 |

15 | 3375 |

## What is the cube of 1 to 30?

Square, Cube, Square Root and Cubic Root for Numbers Ranging 0 - 100

Number x | Square x2 | Cube x3 |
---|---|---|

27 | 729 | 19683 |

28 | 784 | 21952 |

29 | 841 | 24389 |

30 | 900 | 27000 |

## What are the first 10 perfect cube numbers?

What are **first ten perfect cube numbers**? The **first ten cube numbers** are 1, 8, 27, 64, 125, 216, 343, 512, 729 and 1000.

## What is the biggest square number which is less than 1000?

Any **number less than 1000** has only one, two or three digits, and each of the digit is, of course, at most 9. This means that when we add the squares of the digits, the **largest number** we can get is 3 x (9 x 9), which is 243, and this is **less than 1000**.

## What is the square root of 1 to 100?

List of Square Root from 1 to 100

Number (N) | Square (N2) | Square root (√N) |
---|---|---|

7 | 49 | 2. |

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