JavaScript Math Object Reference

 

JavaScript Math Object Reference Chart Cheat Sheet

This is part thirteen of the JavaScript tutorial. If you missed the previous lessons, you may want to review them prior to viewing this JavaScript Math Object Reference Chart.

The JavaScript math object reference chart below, also known a a “cheat sheet,” provides a great way for you to copy and paste the math object code you need into your JavaScript coding.

 

JavaScript Math Object Reference

Method

Description

abs(a)

Supplies the absolute value of a number

acos(a)

Supplies the arccosine of a number

asin(a)

Supplies the arcsine of a number

atan(a)

Supplies the arctangent of a as a numeric value between
-PI/2 and PI/2 radians

atan2(a,b)

Supplies the angle theta of a point as a numeric value between
-PI and PI radians

ceil(a)

Supplies the value of a number rounded up to the nearest
number

cos(a)

Supplies the cosine of a number

exp(a)

Supplies the exponential value of a number

floor(a)

Supplies the value of a number rounded down to the nearest
number

log(a)

Supplies the logarithm of a number

max(a,b)

Supplies the number with the highest value

min(a,b)

Supplies the number with the lowest value

pow(a,b)

Supplies the value of one number (a) to the power of the
second number (b)

random( )

Supplies a random number between 0 and 9

round(a)

Supplies a number rounded to the nearest number

sin(a)

Supplies the sine of a number

sqrt(a)

Supplies the square root of a number

tan(a)

Supplies the tangent of an angle

toSource(a)

Refers to the source code of an object

valueOf( )

Supplies the primitive value of a math object

 

This JavaScript code cheat sheet for your math objects will enable you to copy and paste your needed JavaScript code into your script.

 
This concludes the JavaScript Math Object Reference Chart. In the next section, you will find a JavaScript Array Object Reference Chart.