Returns the result of b raised to the y power.

`pow(b,y)`

Name | Description |
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b | b represents the base of the expression |

y | y represents the exponent part of the expression |

The power function is used to calculate the result of the exponent operator for any two numbers. For example, when given an input of `pow(5,2)`

the power function returns `25`

which is the result of raising to the power.

`pow(2,0) = 1`

`pow(2,1) = 2`

`pow(2,2) = 4`

`pow(2,3) = 8`

`pow(3,0) = 1`

`pow(3,1) = 3`

`pow(3,2) = 9`

`pow(3,3) = 27`

The power function is equivalent to the math expression: