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MySQL | EXP method

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MySQL's EXP(~) method returns the value of $e$ (base of natural logarithm) raised to the power of X .

Parameters

1. X | number

The power to apply.

NOTE

The mathematical constant $e$ is approximately equal to 2.71828

Return value

The value of $e$ raised to the power of X.

Examples

To return $e$ to the power 2:

SELECT EXP(2);
+------------------+
| EXP(2) |
+------------------+
| 7.38905609893065 |
+------------------+

To return $e$ to the power -3:

SELECT EXP(-3);
+----------------------+
| EXP(-3) |
+----------------------+
| 0.049787068367863944 |
+----------------------+
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