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Revision as of 16:03, 27 December 2018 by Devika (Created page with "<div style="font-size:30px">'''POWER (Number,Power)'''</div><br/> *<math>Number</math> is the base value. *<math>Power</math> is the power value. **POWER(),returns the resul...")
- is the base value.
- is the power value.
- POWER(),returns the result of a number raised to a power.
- This function gives the value of a number raised to a power.
- The power of a number indicating how many times we have to multiply the number.
- For e.g =POWER(4,3) = 4*4*4 = 63.
- In , is the base value. It can be + or - .
- is the power(exponent) value to which the is raised.
- Power is also called Exponents or Indices.
- Anything raised to the power 0 is equal to 1. i.e. POWER(7,0) = 1.
- We can use the ^ operator instead of POWER function.
=POWER(12,5) = 248832 =POWER(453,1) = 453 =POWER(8.4,4) = 4978.7136 =POWER(6,0.2) = 1.430969081 =POWER(2,3/4) = 1.681792831 =POWER(50,0) = 1 =POWER(7,-2) = 0.020408163