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. πΌπππ.πππ ( π‘ , π’ ) = 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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**Code**

### Instructions

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

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