How can I find the square of a number in python

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Is there a built-in module in python to find the exponentiation of a number?
May 16, 2019 in Python by Waseem
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You can use the exponentiation operator or you can call the math library as well.

import math as m

square = m.pow(4,2)

print(square)

#this will get you the square of the number 4.
answered May 21, 2019 by Mohammad
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