The Power (**) operator is used to raise a number to the power of another number. It allows a value to be multiplied by itself a certain number of times, based on the given exponent.
➡️ Display Name:
Power(**)
➡️ Syntax:
value1
**
exponentValue
➡️ Example:
2
**
3
➡️
2 to the power of 3 = 8
In this example, 2 is multiplied by itself 3 times.
 1 base 🟡 : 2 is the base, the number to be raised to a power.

1 operator 🟣 :
**
indicates the power operation.  1 exponent 🟡 : 3 is the exponent, the number of times the base is multiplied by itself.
Expected Result:
 If you use 2 ** 3, it returns 8, because 2 is multiplied by itself three times.
 If you use 5 ** 2, it returns 25, because 5 is multiplied by itself twice.
💡 Practical Usage:
It is essential in contexts where you need to quickly raise a number to a power, used in many mathematical and scientific formulas, and it allows you to manage exponential calculations efficiently.
 Calculating compound interest
 Modeling exponential growth
 Simulating asset depreciation…
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