# EXP

Formulas / EXP
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

## Examples

• `=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.

## Summary

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.

What is the EXP 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.
What is the exponentiation operator?
The exponentiation operator is represented by the symbol ^. It is used to apply an exponent to a number.
What is the purpose of the EXP function?
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.
How can I use the EXP function?
The EXP function is typically used in a formula. For example, EXP(2) would return the value of e^2, or 7.38905609893065.
What are some other uses for the EXP function?
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.