Function |
Description |

Abs (Number) |
Returns the absolute value. |

Ceiling (Number) |
Rounds the Number up to the closest integer. |

Exp (Number) |
Returns e (2.71828183) raised to the power of Number. |

Floor (Number) |
Rounds the Number down to the closest integer. |

FormatNumber (Number, "ThousandsSeparator", "DecimalSeparator", NumDecimalPlaces) |
This function formats numbers with thousands separators, decimal separators, and decimal places. The ThousandsSeparator and DecimalSeparator are enclosed in double-quotes. For example, to make the ThousandsSeparator a comma, you should specify "," as the argument. |

Log10 (Number) |
Returns the log (base 10) of Number. |

Ln (Number) |
Returns the natural log of Number. |

Power (Number1, Number2) |
Returns Number1 raised to the Number2 power. |

Round (Number) Round (Number, NumDecimalPlaces) |
Rounds Number to the NumDecimalPlaces places. If no decimal places are specified, rounds to nearest integer. |

RoundToNumber (Number, RoundTo) RoundToNumber (Number, RoundTo, NumDecimalPlaces) |
Rounds Number to the nearest RoundTo value, such as to the nearest 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000, 5000, 10000, etc. |

Sqrt (Number) |
Returns the square root of Number. |

NOTE: The parameters above such as "Number" can be an actual number or a question name that evaluates to a number. For example if Q1 is a numeric question then Round(Q1) will first get the value saved for Q1 and then round it.