  # Javascript (Math.pow) Function by vsasikalabe Updated: Mar 7, 2023 Guide Kit

The Math.pow() function is an in-built function in JavaScript. It uses two parameters - the base and the exponent. It returns a number equal to the base number raised to its exponent. 𝙼𝚊𝚝𝚑.𝚙𝚘𝚠 ( 𝚡 , 𝚢 ) = x y.pow() is used for calculating a number raised to the power of some number.

Syntax of Math.pow()

Math.pow(base, exponent)

Parameters of Math.pow() in JavaScript

It takes two parameters as follows.

• base: It is the base number that needs to be multiplied.
• exponent: It is the value and the number of times a number requires to be multiplied.

In our example, 3**2 does the same operation of Math.pow(). That is base ** power. And for 3 * 3, it multiplies itself by 3.

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### Instructions

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2. Open the VS Code and install Javascript ES6 Code Snippet and Code Runner from Extensions.
3. Open the new file and save as filename.js
4. Copy the code using the "Copy" button above, and paste it in your javascript file.
5. Run the code using (ctr+alt+N) Run button.

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3. Code Runner v0.11.8

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