Java Exponents

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This is the exact code you need to calculate exponents in java! ✅ Simply write Math.pow(a, b) and replace with the numbers you want.

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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.

This format of calculating java exponents can be tricky… They should just have a symbol for it! But Math pow isn’t too bad 🙂 If you followed along, congrats! You learned-by-doing!

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41 thoughts on “Java Exponents

  1. Tony Nguyen says:

    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

  2. Sadhana Parehk says:

    I am from India and I like the way u teach every concept . Just after my java class I always prefer to watch ur videos to make myself more satisfied and concepts .
    It's a humble request to u to make more content on java questions of competitive level . Please make promise of it!
    Sending Love to u from India ! ❣️❣️🌼🌼💞💌

  3. Sean Rogan says:

    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.

  4. Neel Sheth says:

    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.

    Functions like-
    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. 😉

    Good luck with your channel!
    I will get my friends to sub to you! 🙂

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