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JavaScript has distinct types for numbers like `int`, `float`, etc.
True or false
In JavaScript, all numbers have the same type returned by `typeof` i.e `"number"`.
How to raise 10 to the power 2?
`Math.pow()` raises its first argument to the second one and the exponent operator does the same thing applied to operands.
How to round `1.65` to the nearest integer
`Math.round()` rounds a number to the nearest integer. Hence the choice (A).
`Math.ceil(1.0005)` returns what?
`Math.ceil()` rounds a number to the next smallest integer. Hence 1.005 goes to 2, which corresponds with choice (B). See more details at JavaScript Math Object.
`typeof NaN` returns `"number"`.
True or false?
Check out Numbers Basic Concepts for more details.
`1e+3` is the same as what?
Anything following the `e` in JavaScript numbers is made the power of base 10 and then multiplied with the actual number. Check out more details at Numbers Basic Concepts.
`Infinity - Infinity` gives
Check out Numbers Basic Concepts for more details.
`Math.random() * 100` returns a number between
Check out the JavaScript Math Object for more details.
What will `toPrecision(0)` return when run on the number `0.56`?
Every number conversion in JavaScript has to produce a number with at least 1 sf, likewise it is invalid to call `toPrecision(0)`. The correct answer is (D). Check out the JavaScript Number Methods for more details.