1. Calculation functions
2. All Functions
3. Numeric Functions
4. POWER

Use the POWER function to raise a number to a power.

This function is the inverse of the LOG function.

## Syntax

`POWER(number, power)`

The POWER function has the following arguments:

Argument Data type Description
number (required)

Number

The base number you want to raise to a power.

power (required)

Number

The power (exponent) you want to raise the base number to.

## Constraints

This function has no constraints.

## Examples

The following table shows some example formulas using the POWER function.

You can enter values directly into your formula, or reference line items or list properties.

Formula Description Result
POWER(Countries.Population, Countries.Growth)

This example shows how you can include line items or list properties in your formula. In this example, the value of Countries.Population is 51328, and the value of Countries.Growth is 2.

2634563584

POWER(2, 4)

2 raised to the power of 4.

16

POWER(9, 9)

9 raised to the power of 9.

387420489