How to Use the Math Object in JavaScript?

The `Math` object in JavaScript is a built-in object that provides a set of mathematical functions and constants. Here are some common methods and properties of the `Math` object:

• `Math.abs(x)` returns the absolute value of `x`.
• `Math.ceil(x)` returns the smallest integer greater than or equal to `x`.
• `Math.floor(x)` returns the largest integer less than or equal to `x`.
• `Math.round(x)` returns the value of `x` rounded to the nearest integer.
• `Math.max(a, b, c, ...)` returns the largest of zero or more numbers.
• `Math.min(a, b, c, ...)` returns the smallest of zero or more numbers.
• `Math.pow(x, y)` returns the value of `x` raised to the power of `y`.
• `Math.sqrt(x)` returns the square root of `x`.
• `Math.E` is the mathematical constant e (approx. 2.718).
• `Math.PI` is the mathematical constant pi (approx. 3.14).
• `Math.random()` returns a random number between 0 and 1.

Here’s an example of how to use the `Math` object to perform some common mathematical operations:

``````let x = -5;
let y = 2;

let absoluteValue = Math.abs(x);
let ceiling = Math.ceil(y);
let floor = Math.floor(y);
let rounded = Math.round(y);
let maximum = Math.max(x, y);
let minimum = Math.min(x, y);
let power = Math.pow(x, y);
let squareRoot = Math.sqrt(y);

console.log(`Absolute value of \${x}: \${absoluteValue}`);
console.log(`Ceiling of \${y}: \${ceiling}`);
console.log(`Floor of \${y}: \${floor}`);
console.log(`Rounded value of \${y}: \${rounded}`);
console.log(`Maximum of \${x} and \${y}: \${maximum}`);
console.log(`Minimum of \${x} and \${y}: \${minimum}`);
console.log(`\${x} raised to the power of \${y}: \${power}`);
console.log(`Square root of \${y}: \${squareRoot}`);``````

This will output the following:

``````Absolute value of -5: 5
Ceiling of 2: 2
Floor of 2: 2
Rounded value of 2: 2
Maximum of -5 and 2: 2
Minimum of -5 and 2: -5
-5 raised to the power of 2: 25
Square root of 2: 1.4142135623730951``````