# JavaScript Math Object (with Examples)

The JavaScript Math object is used to perform all the mathematical tasks. For example:

HTML with JavaScript Code
```<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>

<p>The value of PI = <span id="xyz"></span></p>

<script>
document.getElementById("xyz").innerHTML = Math.PI;
</script>

</body>
</html>```
Output

The value of PI =

Please note: The JavaScript Math object is of static type and has no constructor. We can use methods and properties of Math object like Math.PI, Math.round(), Math.abs(), and Math.max() etc. without creating its object (Math object) first.

Note: Anything in the form Math.property indicates to property, whereas Math.method(x) indicates to method.

## List of JavaScript 8 Mathematical Constants

• Math.E - The value of Euler's number, which is equal to 2.718281828459045
• Math.PI - The value of PI, which is equal to 3.141592653589793
• Math.SQRT2 - The value of square root of 2, which is equal to 1.4142135623730951
• Math.SQRT1_2 - The value of square root of 1/2, which is equal to 0.7071067811865476
• Math.LN2 - The value of natural logarithm of 2, which is equal to 0.6931471805599453
• Math.LN10 - The value of natural logarithm of 10, which is equal to 2.302585092994046
• Math.LOG2E - The value of base 2 logarithm of E, which is equal to 1.4426950408889634
• Math.LOG10E - The value of base 10 logarithm of E, which is equal to 0.4342944819032518

## List of Important Math Methods

Let me list out some of the important and frequently used Math methods in JavaScript along with its brief description. The detailed description is given in its separate tutorial.

• Math.abs() - find the actual magnitude of a numerical value, irrespective of its sign
• Math.max() - returns the largest number from given list of numbers
• Math.min() - returns the smallest number from given list of numbers
• Math.pow() - find the value of x to the power y
• Math.sqrt() - find the square root value of a specified number
• Math.cbrt() - find the cubic root of a number
• Math.round() - round a specified number to its nearest integer value
• Math.ceil() - round a number up to its nearest largest integer
• Math.floor() - round a number to its nearest smallest integer
• Math.trunc - find the integer part of a number
• Math.random() - generate a random number
• Math.sign() - check if a number is a positive, zero, or a negative number

### JavaScript Math Object Example

Let me create an example that demonstrates the use of Math object in JavaScript:

HTML with JavaScript Code
```<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>

<p>The value of PI = <span id="span1"></span></p>
<p>The maximum of (12, 4, 54, 65, 34, 0, 14) = <span id="span2"></span></p>
<p>4<sup>3</sup> = <span id="span3"></span></p>
<p>√121 = <span id="span4"></span></p>

<script>
document.getElementById("span1").innerHTML = Math.PI.toFixed(2);
document.getElementById("span2").innerHTML = Math.max(12, 4, 54, 65, 34, 0, 14);
document.getElementById("span3").innerHTML = Math.pow(4, 3);
document.getElementById("span4").innerHTML = Math.sqrt(121);
</script>

</body>
</html>```
Output

The value of PI =

The maximum of (12, 4, 54, 65, 34, 0, 14) =

43 =

√121 =

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