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I need to enter this formula P = [i L (1 + i)^n] / [(1 + i)^n - 1] into a fillable PDF.  The only thing I cannot figure out, is the exponents.  How do I enter those into the equation?

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Math.pow basically replace the exponent formula

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Perfect!  Thank you so much!!

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Thanks for the help.  How would I incorporate Math.pow into the formula?

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Hi there,

to be able to do so, using JavaScript you must use Math.pow(value, n);

so if you want to do 4^3 then you will have Math.pow(4, 3);

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