# 10 examples of 'math.pow python' in Python

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``30@overload31def pow(val: 'cirq.Gate', exponent: Any) -> 'cirq.Gate':32    pass``
``424def pow(x, a=1.):425    return np.power(x, a)``
``147def pow(left, right):148    return ast.BinOp(left=left, right=right, op=ast.Pow())``
``85def pow(x, y, name=None):86    return _element_wise_binary(x, y, ng.power, name=name)``
``162def __pow__(self, power, modulo=None):163    if isinstance(power, (int, float)):164        return self.__class__(self.data ** power)165    elif isinstance(power, (list, tuple)):166        power = np.array(power)167    if isinstance(power, np.ndarray):168        return self.__class__(self.data ** power)169    return NotImplemented``
``102def test_pow():103    def f(B,e):104        for R in residue_rings(B,e):105            for a in R:106                b = a*a107                for i in range(4):108                    assert b == a**(i+2)109                    if a.is_unit():110                        assert ~b == a**(-(i+2))111                    b *= a112    f(100,1)                    113    f(11,3)``
``210def __pow__(self, exponent):211	assert(isinstance(exponent, int))212	return FieldElement(pow(int(self), exponent, self.modulus), self.modulus)``
``2def pow(self, x, n):3    return x ** n``
``518def __pow__(self, other, modulo=2): return self``
``351def __rpow__(self, a):352    ''' scaler ** matrix elementwise power '''353    return self.__OP__(a, '**')``