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“a” is your base and “b” is your exponent. For example, 5^2 would be Math.pow(5, 2); Put that in a print statement like this: System.out.println(5 + 10); and you will see the addition printed to the screen.
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41 thoughts on “Java Exponents”
Why can I store math.pow in an
integer variable inside a for loop like this:
Int number = 0;
number += Math.pow(2,2) inside a for loop.
the code will run! But when I rewrite the code to:
number = number + Math.pow(2,2);
the code wont run bc I cant convert double to int. Somebody pls explain
Is it not needed to import math class to use math.pow ? why ?
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Bro so we dont need to write double also in bracket just like we did with int?
can someone help me figure out why, in the project explore window on the left side of eclipse, my project folder icons have a little yellow warning icon? i had a red x icon on them and figured out my JRE was setup wrong or something, fixed that. now theres the yellow exclaimation point icon. i see in the example video you have several of these warnings in your folders. what do they mean? why are they there? can i fix it? will it stop things from working? i dont get why anyone uses eclipse at this point, intelliJ is so much more user friendly but ive heard eclipse is what the pro companies use for whatever reason.
who is the 1 pos person that could dislike this video?!
I think I took too long to learn about math power thing lol
That was fantastic! Thanks Alex!
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Who the [email protected] disliked this video
2:34 coincidence? Joke lmao
Hi Alex Lee, your videos are amazing i would like to suggest making a problem after your tutorial videos so that viewers can have a activity after watching your nice videos. Thankyou!
I wonder who disliked it… They must be dumbest as they didnt understood anything
I am guessing there isn't a way to type in imaginary numbers straight up. So, i^i wouldn't recognize as e^(-pi/2) which is about 0.20788.
You know you did 2.3 to the power of 5.1 on purpose so it would say 69
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Great tutorial as always.
Not surprised to see 0 dislikes! 🙂
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I learned Python last year, and so far your tutorials are really useful for finding the differences between them! You recieve a like and sub, because I enjoy your videoes!
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why can't I create a class called Maths and write the Math.pow() in it all in a project where I store a lot of other irrelevant classes? Only putting the class in a separate project could work, why..
Thanks a lot
What if i want a power of a matrix? :< help. haha
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Is it possible to display exponents in the terminal as an output for example 5^2?
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Great videos! I had to subscribe. The way you teach Java is crystal clear and makes me not want to drop from my class. Thanks!!!
Man , you're doing great . i really needed a recap because tomorrow I'm going to have an important Java exam . You're just great . You explain stuff way better than my teacher . Thank you very much
It was a great video, and it helped me a lot, I would like to suggest that the next video will soon be dropped 👍👍👍
Hey Alex Lee, I would really suggest making a video on all Math Library Functions.
Though I know them, they Might be helpful for others.
1-Math.pow() — (You already did this in this video)
And Just Incase you do not know them… (There is a 99.99% chance you know them cuz well… you are Alex Lee!)
I could help you with it. 😉
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Bro how many vids more to complete the java basics?
I was wondering if you could make some android studio tutorials too.
Thank you 🙏🙏
Nice tutorial but exponents are usually easy to understand in Java right away.
Also, any idea how I can get input from the keyboard to perform an action in Java?