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Google Sheets

POW is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the power of a number. The syntax for using POW is: POW(number,power), where number is the number you want to calculate the power of, and power is the number of times you want to calculate the power. For example, if you want to calculate the power of 9 to the 3rd power, you would use the following formula: POW(9,3).

The POW function in Google Sheets calculates the power of a number to a given power. The syntax for the POW function is:

=POW(number,power)

Where number is the number to be raised to the power of power.

In Google Sheets, the POWER() function takes a single number (the base) and an integer (the exponent), and calculates the result of raising the base to the power of the exponent. For example, the formula =POWER(4,3) would return 64.

There are some specific instances in which you should not use the POW function in Google Sheets. One such instance is when you are trying to calculate the power of a number that is less than zero. In this case, you would use the XOR function instead. Another time you should not use the POW function is when you are trying to calculate the power of a number that is greater than or equal to 1,000,000. In this case, you would use the EXP function.

The following are similar formulae to POW in Google Sheets: =SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A10>0),A1:A10) =AVERAGE(A1:A10) =MIN(A1:A10) =MAX(A1:A10)

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