# Math.Pow() Method in C#

The Math.Pow() method in C# is used to compute a number raised to the power of some other number.

## Syntax

Following is the syntax −

public static double Pow(double val1, double val2)

Above, val1 is a double-precision floating-point number to be raised to a power., whereas val2 is a double-precision floating-point number that specifies a power.

## Example

Let us now see an example to implement Math.Pow() method −

using System;
public class Demo {
public static void Main(){
double res;
res = Math.Pow(5, 0);
Console.WriteLine("Math.Pow(5,0) = "+res);
res = Math.Pow(0,5);
Console.WriteLine("Math.Pow(0,5) = "+res);
}
}

## Output

This will produce the following output −

Math.Pow(5,0) = 1
Math.Pow(0,5) = 0

## Example

Let us see another example to implement Math.Pow() method −

using System;
public class Demo {
public static void Main(){
int val1 = 10, val2 = 15;
float val3 = 12.8f, val4 = 25.6f;
double res = Math.Pow(3, 2);
Console.WriteLine("Minimum Value from two int values = "+Math.Min(val1, val2));
Console.WriteLine("Minimum Value from two float values = "+Math.Min(val3, val4));
Console.WriteLine("Math.Pow(3,2) = "+res);
}
}

## Output

This will produce the following output −

Minimum Value from two int values = 10
Minimum Value from two float values = 12.8
Math.Pow(3,2) = 9