# Math

Use this block to specify a number you want to use in your app.

You can also round up or down a decimal figure into an integer using the

**round**blockYou can also round a number to a selected amount of decimal places

There is also a block for irrational numbers like

`π`

Returns

**true**or**false**based on whether the chosen condition applies to the numberIf the given number is of a lower value than the lower bound, this block will set the given number to have the value of the lower bound.

If the given number is of a higher value than the upper bound, this block will set the given number to have the value of the upper bound.

Perhaps the most often used calculation in an app is

`addition`

but this block also supports `subtraction`

, `multiplication`

, `division`

and `exponential`

figuresReturns the remainder when a number is divided by another number.

There are also a few more advanced calculation blocks that may be helpful including

`trigonometric.`

These blocks will return a value assuming the input is given in

**degrees**.

For games and other apps, it may be important to introduce randomness into your app.

Returns integer between two given integers. Is inclusive of the given integers.

Returns a random integer between two given integers. Is inclusive of the given integers.

Returns a random fraction

$x$

where $0 ≤ x < 1$

The Lists blocks have a block for getting certain mathematical values from a List, including sum min, max, averages, and standard deviation.

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