How to Do Exponents in Java

(Last Updated On: November 4, 2017)

Java is more versatile and mostly used programing language than others. In Java, you may have faced problems at using exponential operators(Java exponent). Here we will find a solution about how to do exponents in Java.

Unlike another programing language, you won’t find any exponential operators in Java programing language. In this case, you have to use a Java class under java.util.Math(utility). After that, you can complete various mathematical operations and java exponents also.

How to Do Java Exponent

Using java.util.Math you can do many mathematical calculations. But all answers appear in ‘double’ format. Don’t worry, you can also cast them into ‘int’ or ‘float’ format. Here’s an example.

Step 1:  Open your recommended java editor like IDE, Eclipse, Netbeans or others.

Step 2:  Then open a Java source from your Java editor. you can also create a new one.

Step 3: Add import java.util.Math to your code(at the top).

Step 4: After that, write the code in your code, ‘double result = Math.pow(Number, Exponent);’.

Step 5: Then replace the ‘Number’ with your desired base value. Then at ‘Exponent’ type your exponent.

Step 6: Run your program.

👉 double result = Math.pow(5, 5);
The result is 25.

So, that’s how you can find your desired exponent equation in a simple Java program.

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