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Power functions, roots, logarithms **

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Power functions, roots, logarithms.

Logarithms

function Math.Ln(X: Double): Double;

Returns the natural logarithm of a real expression X.

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Ln(1.5); // x=0.405..
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function Ln(X): Double;

function Math.LnXP1(X: Double): Double;

Returns the natural log of (X+1).

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Math.LnXP1(2); // x=1.098..
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function LnXP1(X): Double;

function Math.Log10(X: Double): Double;

Calculates log of X base 10.

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Math.Log10(2); // x=0.301..
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function Log10(X): Double;

function Math.Log2(X: Double): Double;

Calculates log of X base 2.

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Math.Log2(1.5); // x=0.584..
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function Log2(X): Double;

function Math.LogN(Base, X: Double): Double;

Calculates the log of X for a specified base Base.

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Math.LogN(2.5, 1.5); // x=0.442..
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function LogN(Base, X): Double;

Exponentiation functions

function Math.IntPower(X: Double; Exponent: Integer): Double;

Calculates the integral power Exponent of X.

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Math.IntPower(2.5, 3);
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function IntPower(X, Exponent): Double;

function Math.Power(X, Exponent: Double): Double;

Raises X to Exponent power.

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Math.Power(2.5, 5.5); // x=2.5^5.5=154.408..
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function Power(X, Exponent): Double;

function Math.Power2(X: Double): Double;

Raises X to power 2.

 🛈 This routine has a similar system routine:

function Sqr(X): Double;

function Math.Power3(X: Double): Double;

Raises X to power 3.

function Math.Power4(X: Double): Double;

Raises X to power 4.

Функции извлечения корня из числа

function Math.Root2(X: Double): Double;

Extracts the square root of X.

 🛈 This routine has a similar system routine:

function Sqrt(X): Double;

function Math.Sqrt(X: Double): Double;

function Math.Root3(X: Double): Double;

Extracts the 3-rd root of X.

function Math.Root4(X: Double): Double;

Extracts the 4-rd root of X.

Другие функции

function Math.Exp(X: Double): Double;

Returns the exponential of X.

 Example as TechEditor Pascal Script (.PSC):

begin
x := Math.Exp(1); // x=2.718..
end;

 🛈 This routine has a similar system routine:

function Exp(X): Double;

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