You can make a calculator say that one times one is more then one with out breaking it. First enter any number into it. Then square root that number. Square root the answer of square rooting that number. Square root the square root the square root ……ect. Continue squaring the answers of the squares until the screen recognizes the answer as 1 with nothing after it. (Technically this answer is not the true answer of the problem you put in.) That number should be just a normal one when you use it. But, if you hit the square button (to undo some of the square roots) it will say that one times one is something other then one, mine looked like the picture below. The video also shows the calculator’s square button is not broken by doing a problem after.The how to video can be found here.


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