math.exp()

Published May 19, 2021Updated Mar 17, 2024
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The math.exp() method returns e raised to the power of a number.

Syntax

math.exp(x)

e is approximately 2.718282.

Example

Use math.exp() to return e raised to the power of 5:

import math
print(math.exp(5))

The above code gives the following output:

148.4131591025766

Use math.exp() to return e raised to the power of 3:

import math
print(math.exp(3))

The above code gives the following output:

20.085536923187668

Codebyte Example

Run the following example that uses the math.exp() function to understand its working:

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