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Google Sheets

There are a few ways to use POWER in Google Sheets. You can use the POWER function to calculate a number raised to a power. You can also use the POWER operator to apply a power to a range of cells. Additionally, you can use the POWER() function in theVLOOKUP() function to lookup values in a table.

The POWER() function in Google Sheets allows you to raise a number to a power. The syntax is POWER(number,power), where number is the base number and power is the exponent. For example, POWER(2,3) would return 8.

One example of how to use POWER in Google Sheets is to calculate the percentage increase or decrease between two numbers. To do this, you would type "=power(A1,B1)" into a cell where A1 is the first number and B1 is the second number. This will return the percentage increase or decrease between the two numbers.

There are a few occasions when you should not use POWER in Google Sheets. One example is when you are trying to find the square root of a number. In this case, you should use the SQRT function. Another time you should not use POWER is when you are trying to find the inverse of a number. In this case, you should use the INVERSE function.

In Google Sheets, the POWER function is used to calculate the power of a number. The POWER function takes two arguments: the number to calculate the power of (n), and the power to calculate (k). The POWER function calculates the result of raising the number n to the power k. For example, the formula POWER(5,2) returns the result 25, which is 5 raised to the power of 2. The POWER function can be used to calculate other powers, such as POWER(2,3) returns 8.

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