Calculate the value of e raised to the power of a number.

`EXP(number)`

- number - required argument that is the exponent applied to the base e

`=EXP(1)`

The EXP function is used to calculate the number e raised to a power. For example, the formula will return the approximate value of e, which is approximately 2.71828183.

`=EXP(2)`

This function can also be used to calculate the base of the natural logarithm raised to a power. For example, this function will return the value of e raised to the power of 2, which is approximately 7.3890561.

The EXP function is used to perform exponentiation, with the number argument as the exponent applied to the base e. It requires one argument to be provided.

- The constant e is a numeric constant that relates to exponential growth and decay and its approximate value is 2.718.
- The EXP function is the inverse of the logarithm function, and it is used to find the value of e raised to the power of a number.
- The EXP function models exponential growth, and its outputs are proportional to the change of the function.

The EXP function is a mathematical formula that returns e raised to the power of a number. e is a constant with a value of 2.71828182845904.

The exponentiation operator is represented by the symbol ^. It is used to apply an exponent to a number.

The EXP function can be used to calculate the value of e raised to the power of a given number. This can be useful for mathematical calculations.

The EXP function is typically used in a formula. For example, EXP(2) would return the value of e^2, or 7.38905609893065.

The EXP function can be used for a variety of mathematical calculations. It can be used to calculate exponents, perform logarithmic calculations, and even calculate natural logarithms.