# Math Functions in Python

In this post, you will learn how to work with math functions so that you can use that same knowledge and thus evolve.

`sin(variable)` |
Calculate the sine |

`cos(variable)` |
Calculate the cosine |

`tan(variable)` |
Calculate the tangent |

`floor(variable)` |
Remove decimal value from given number |

`ceil(variable)` |
Round the given number to the next |

`abs(variable)` |
Returns the absolute value of the given number |

`fsum(variable)` |
Sum all numbers within a list (for example) |

`pow(variableA, variableB)` |
Multiplies its initial value multiple times (depending on the number of times) |

```
from math import *
numbers = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50]
print('Result of the sin() function:', sin(10.5)) # Result of the sin() function: -0.87969575997167
print('Result of the cos() function:', cos(10.5)) # Result of the cos() function: -0.4755369279959925
print('Result of the tan() function:', tan(10.5)) # Result of the tan() function: 1.8498999934219273
print('Result of the floor() function:', floor(10.5)) # Result of the floor() function: 10
print('Result of the ceil() function:', ceil(10.5)) # Result of the ceil() function: 11
print('Result of the abs() function:', abs(-10.5)) # Result of the abs() function: 10.5
print('Result of the fsum() function:', fsum(numbers)) # Result of the fsum() function: 150.0
print('Result of the pow() function:', pow(2, 5)) # Result of the pow() function: 32.0
```

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