Python Maths Inbuilt Function

Python Math Inbuilt Functions

In python a number of mathematical operations can be performed with ease by importing a module named “math” which defines various functions which makes our tasks easier.

ceil():

This function returns the smallest integral value greater than the number. If the number is already an integer, the same number is returned.

floor():

This function returns the greatest integral value smaller than the number. If number is already integer, same number is returned.

Example:1

import math
print("ceil function")
a=2.3
print(math.ceil(a))
a=12.9
print(math.ceil(a))
a=12.23
print(math.ceil(a))
a=62.36
print(math.ceil(a))

Output:

ceil function
3
13
13
63
>>>

Example:2

import math
print("floor function")
a=23.67
print(math.floor(a))
a=23.17
print(math.floor(a))
a=23.77
print(math.floor(a))
a=23.99
print(math.floor(a))

Output:

floor function
23
23
23
23
>>>

Method:2

Example:3

#Method:2
from math import ceil
from math import floor

print("ceil function")
a=2.3
print(ceil(a))
a=12.9
print(ceil(a))

print("floor function")
a=23.67
print(floor(a))
a=23.97
print(floor(a))

Output:

ceil function
3
13
floor function
23
23
>>>

Method:3

Example:4

Method:3
from math import ceil as c
from math import floor as f

print("ceil function")
a=2.3
print(c(a))
a=12.9
print(c(a))

print("floor function")
a=23.67
print(f(a))
a=23.97
print(f(a))

Output:

ceil function
3
13
floor function
23
23
>>>

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