EXP FunctionSummaryCalculates the value of e (the base of the natural logarithm, or approximately 2.71828) raised to the power of a given value. Syntax
EXP(exponent) Remarks and ExamplesCalculates the value of e (the base of the natural logarithm, or approximately 2.71828) raised to the power of a given value. In other words, EXP(a) returns the value of e^{a}. The exponent argument may be an integer or floatingpoint value. The result returned is a floatingpoint value. Examples: PRINT EXP(0) 1.0 PRINT EXP(1) 2.7182818284590455 PRINT EXP(7.5) 5.530843701478336E4 PRINT LOG(EXP(1)) 1.0 See also: LOG Copyright 20062012, Kevin Matz, All Rights Reserved. 
