The `Math.pow()`

function in JavaScript is used to calculate the power of a number. It takes two arguments: the base number and the exponent. The function returns the result of raising the base to the power of the exponent.

Here’s an example that uses the `Math.pow()`

function:

`console.log(Math.pow(2, 3)); // Output: 8`

In the example above, `Math.pow(2, 3)`

returns `8`

, which is the result of raising `2`

to the power of `3`

.

You can also use the `Math.pow()`

function with decimal values:

`console.log(Math.pow(2.5, 3)); // Output: 15.625`

In this example, `Math.pow(2.5, 3)`

returns `15.625`

, which is the result of raising `2.5`

to the power of `3`

.

Note that `Math.pow()`

can return `NaN`

(Not a Number) if either the base or the exponent is negative and the base is zero:

`console.log(Math.pow(0, -2)); // Output: NaN`

In this example, `Math.pow(0, -2)`

returns `NaN`

because the base is `0`

and the exponent is negative.

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