Welcome to the Exponent Calculator

Here is what we are calculating:
${b}^{n}=\mathrm{b^n}$

b is the base and n is the exponent. n is how many times b should be multiplied by itself.

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For the base, you can enter whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.

For the exponent, you can enter whole numbers, fractions, decimals and negative numbers.

All answers are displayed as a decimal number.

How does the Exponent Calculator work?

First, it converts your entries to decimal format. For example 1/2 becomes 0.5.

Second, it rounds the entries to the nearest 15 decimals.

Third, our calculator uses the Laws of Exponents to calculate the answer.