mathjavascriptpolynomial-math# Finding Antilog in javascript and solving polynomial equation of n degree in javascript

Can anybody tell me how to solve polynomial equation of n degrees in JavaScript? Also how can I find antilogs in JavaScript? Is there any function by which I can find the antilog of any number?

Solution

```
Math.pow(x,y);// x^y
```

Thats for polynomials

```
Math.log(x);
```

Thats for logs.

~~
Math.pow(10,x);
Thats for antilog
~~

You have to come up with some function to solve antilog

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