Introduction of EXP
function function: Returns the n power of E. The constant e equals 2.71828182845904 and is the base of the natural logarithm.
Number is the exponent of base e.
Add that to compute the power at the base of other constants, use the exponential operator (^).
The EXP function is the inverse function of the LN function that computes the natural logarithm.
Example of using exp function
Formula Description (Results)
1, the approximate value of =exp (1) e (2.718282)
2, =exp (2) This function represents the 2 power of the base e of the natural logarithm (7.389056)