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Examples of Exponential tools on floating-point input

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The Exponential math tools can process both negative and floating-point input values. The larger a negative input value becomes, the closer to 0 the output value will approach.

The following illustrations demonstrate these type of inputs and the output values that will be returned.

Exponential tools on float input

ToolIllustration and Python syntax
Exp
Exp illustration on float input)
OutRas = Exp(InRas1)
Exp10
Exp10 illustration on float input)
OutRas = Exp10(InRas1)
Exp2
Exp2 illustration on float input)
OutRas = Exp2(InRas1)

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