Excel EXP function

In this article, we will learn about how to use the EXP function in Excel.

In mathematics exponential function is the e raised to the power number. The value of e is irrational and approximately equals to 2.7128.

EXP function returns the value e raised to the power number
Syntax:

=EXP(number)

Let’s understand this function using it an example.
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Use the formula:

=EXP(1)

The value returned here will the value of e.
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Use the formula in other cells to get the powers of irrational constant “e”.
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As you can see, the function returns the value of e and its power.
Hope you understood how to use EXP (exponential) function in Excel. Explore more articles on Excel mathematical function here. Please feel free to state your query or feedback for the above article.

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