# Manuals/calci/EXP

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**EXP(x)**

- where is the number .

- EXP() returns e raised to the power of a given number

## Description

- This function gives the raised to the power of number.
- In , where represents the exponent of or .
- The approximate value of the constant and it is equal to or .
- It is called the Mathematical Constant or Euler's Number or Napier's Constant.
- It is the base of natural logarithm.
- It can be calculate the sum of infinite series:
- And the inverse function of the natural logarithm function is the exponential function:

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## ZOS

- The syntax is to calculate the EXP in ZOS is .
- where is the number .

- For e.g.,(-9)..5..2@EXP

## Examples

- =EXP(1)=2.718281828459045
- =EXP(0)=1
- =EXP(-5)=0.0067379469990
- =EXP(6.3)=544.5719101259

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