Question3Replies598Views×Close popoverPankaj Roy (PankajR7) Process360 Process360 IN View Profile PankajR7 Member since 2016 15 posts Process360 Posted: September 6, 2016Last activity: September 7, 2016Posted: 6 Sep 2016 5:01 EDTLast activity: 7 Sep 2016 6:02 EDT Closed To the powerHow to do to the power operations? Example 10^x(10 to the any number).***Updated by moderator: Lochan to add Category*** Low-Code App Development ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 6 Sep 2016 5:58 EDT×Close popoverPatrick George (georp1) PEGA Lead System Architect Pegasystems Inc. SG View Profilegeorp1 PEGA replied to PankajR7There isn't an out of the box function as far as I know. You'll have to create your own function that wraps java Math.pow function. Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 6 Sep 2016 6:12 EDT×Close popoverSantanu Bhattacherjee (Santanu) PEGA Manager CRM - Field Service Pegasystems Inc. IN View ProfileSantanu PEGA replied to PankajR7Hi Have a look at this post : https://pdn.pega.com/community/pega-product-support/question/power-fucntion This can give you some clue on this. Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 7 Sep 2016 6:02 EDT×Close popoverDharanitharan Ravindran (DharanitharanR) Areteans Technologies LSA, DC, CS, BA & UI Specialist Areteans Technologies AU View ProfileDharanitharanR Areteans Technologies replied to PankajR7Use @Math.Exp(input) in expression builder. This will work!