# Python | sympy.Pow() method

With the help of sympy.Pow() method, we can find a raised to the power of b where a and b are parameters to the method.

Syntax: Pow(a, b)
Parameter:
a – It denotes an integer.
b – It denotes an integer.

Returns: Returns an integer which is equal to a raised to the power of b, i. e., a^b.

Example #1:

 `# import Pow() method from sympy ` `from` `sympy ``import` `Pow` ` `  `a ``=` `3` `b ``=` `3` ` `  `# Use Pow() method  ` `pow_a_b ``=` `Pow``(a, b)  ` `     `  `print``(``"{}^{} = {}"``.``format``(a, b, pow_a_b)) `

Output:

```3^3 = 27
```

Example #2:

 `# import Pow() method from sympy ` `from` `sympy ``import` `Pow` ` `  `a ``=` `5` `b ``=` `4` ` `  `# Use Pow() method  ` `pow_a_b ``=` `Pow``(a, b)  ` `     `  `print``(``"{}^{} = {}"``.``format``(a, b, pow_a_b)) `

Output:

```5^4 = 625
```

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