## #16 Python Tutorial for Beginners | Import Math Functions in Python

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In this video we will see:
– Mathematical function
– In built function
– Calling Function
– Import in Python
– Floor function
– Ceil function
– Pow function
– Printing pi value
– Finding square root by sqrt function
– Changing name of inbuilt function
– Importing only some part from Math

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### 20 Responses to “#16 Python Tutorial for Beginners | Import Math Functions in Python”

1. vijay chalnati says:

Yours youtube channel name tlusuko me baga telusukunna

2. vijay chalnati says:

Ba telusukunna

3. Arun Kumar says:

Hi sir, Is there any trick to auto-complete the function name ?

4. Sunny Injam says:

28
351
753
72

5. Sunny Injam says:

import math
math=m
we can use like this also

6. Harshith Ram says:

1.28
2.381
3.753
4.0

7. Revanth Amandu says:

How did you restart the shell?

8. Ishaan Sharma says:

Quiz question -1-28
2-381
3-752
4-72

9. Ashwin Parthiban says:

"e is epsilon" 💀💀

10. Владислав Шляхов says:

Amazing tutorial♥️

11. Jaganath G says:

output
28
381
60
72

12. Calvin Swine says:

For finding the square root of a number in python without using the function, you can simply raise the power of any number to 1/2. Like so,
>>> 25**1/2
OUT: 5.0

13. saidheeraj surampally says:

instead of using ally, we can write m=math

14. NAGA SAI says:

Naveen sir, what is the command for restart the shell?

15. Nakul Nambiar says:

short, simple and straight to the point.. your teaching skills are just wow

16. Nikhil Ranjan says:

may be ur the next shaktiman

17. Nikhil Ranjan says:

aussum content navin sir

18. Aryan Das says:

Research karlia sir ,

19. Aayush Thakkar says: