Exponents in C#

How do you use Exponents in C#?  It doesnt seem to have a Math library.
pmesick12345Asked:
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jj819430Commented:
I would just create a routine to do it.
You can do it any way you want, with recursion or what not.

// this is UNTESTED code. May have errors
public int power(int base, int power)
{
if(power == 1)
{
return base;
}

return base * power(base, power-1);
}
wile_e_coyoteCommented:
using System.Math;

...

int x = 4
int y = pow (x, 3);    // returns x raised to the 3rd power

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pmesick12345Author Commented:
it is simply Math.pow(base, exponent)
I didnt have to include anything extra in the "using" section
jj819430Commented:
include Math.h most likely
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