# Import Math Module In Python

Python provides the `math` module for different mathematical functions. These functions can be used for calculations like ceil, factorial, floor, square root, mod, remainder, etc. The math module is a built-in module that is provided without any extra installation. The `import math` can be used to import math modules and use provided functions. In this tutorial, we examine different functions provided by the math module by importing them.

## “import math”

We can use the math module and provided functions by importing it with the `import math` .

``import math``

We can also add some alias to the math module name in order to call it a short name. In the following example, we set the math module alias as m where we can use provided functions by using an alias.

``````import math as m

print(m.Pi)``````

## Minimum Value

The `min()` function is used to return the minimum value from the provided list of values.

``````import math

minimum = math.min(7,4,9,5)

print(minimum)``````

## Maximum Value

Similar to the minimum we can use `max()` function of the math module to find the maximum value.

``````import math

maximum = math.max(7,4,9,5)

print(maximum)``````

## Absolute Value

The `abs()`method of the math module can be used to return absolute value for the specified value.

``````import math

a = math.abs(-5)

b = math.abs(5)``````

## Power

Power can be calculated with the `pow()` method of the math module. The base is the first parameter and power is the second parameter.

``````import math

result = math.pow(4,5)``````

## Square Root

The square root is implemented as `sqrt()` in the math module.

``````import math

a = math.sqrt(9)``````

## Pi Value

The `Pi` value is used in different calculations related to geometry. The Pi value can be provided via the math module without any extra definition.

``````import math

print(math.pi)``````