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Arpit Mandliya

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Power function in java is used to get first argument’s power to 2nd argument. For example: Let’s say you want to calculate 2 to the power 4. That will be 2*2*2*2=16 In java, you can do it by : Math.pow(2,4) =16 Syntax Example : Let’s use power function in java. When you run above program, you will get below output: Math.pow(2 ,4)=16.0 Math.pow(4.2,3)=74.08800000000001 If you want to return integer from power function, you need to explicitly cast it to Integer. When you run above program, you will get below output: Math.pow(2 ,4)=16 Internal working Math.pow is native

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