Using Math.pow

By: Scott Yacko | Asked: 10/05/2022
ForumsCategory: Code HelpUsing Math.pow
Scott Yacko asked 2 years ago
Hello, I want to put a compound interest calculation on my form and the Formidable docs say I need to use Math.pow. There is no example on how to implement this using Formidable. Here is the formula that I need to create in the form:

P(1 + r/n)^nt P = principle r = interest rate n = number of period t = time It's the ^nt part that I don't know how to implement using formidable or formidable with Math.pow. Thank you in advance
1 Answers
Rob LeVineRob LeVine answered 2 years ago
This link - - shows how to use it as a field-level calculation.  Is that not what you want to do?
Scott Yacko replied 2 years ago

I have read the provided link and the example doesn't say where I can enter Math.pow statement. Based on your statement, I just tried it in the calculation field and it works. - Thank you.

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