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## How do you square in SQL?

One way to compute the square of a number in SQL Server is **to use the SQUARE() function**. It takes a number as an argument and returns the squared number. The square of a number can also be computed as number * number , so another way is to simply use this expression; no additional function is needed.

## What is exp in SQL Server?

EXP() function :

This function in SQL Server is **used to return a value which is e raised to the nth power, where** n is a specified number. Here “e” is a mathematical constant and the base of natural logarithms whose value is 2.7182818 and n is the input number taken as the parameter of the function.

## Which SQL statement is used to fetch the string power?

**SQL Server POWER() Function**

The POWER() function returns the value of a number raised to the power of another number.

## How do you take a square root in SQL?

**SQRT() Function in SQL Server**

- Features :
- Syntax : SQRT(number)
- Parameter : This method accepts a parameter as given below :
- Example-1 : Getting the square root of the specified number 4. …
- Output : 2.0.
- Example-2 : Getting the square root of the specified number 0. …
- Output : 0.0.
- Example-3 :

## What is number function in SQL?

Numeric Functions are used to perform operations on numbers and return numbers. Following are the numeric functions defined in SQL: **ABS(): It returns the absolute value of a number**. … CEIL(): It returns the smallest integer value that is greater than or equal to a number.

## What are the commands of DDL?

**Data Definition Language (DDL) commands:**

- CREATE to create a new table or database.
- ALTER for alteration.
- Truncate to delete data from the table.
- DROP to drop a table.
- RENAME to rename a table.

## What is MOD function in SQL?

SQL MOD() function is **used to get the remainder from a division**. The SQL DISTINCT command along with the SQL MOD() function is used to retrieve only unique records depending on the specified column or expression. Syntax: MOD( dividend, divider ) PostgreSQL and Oracle.