Python comes with a collection of built-in math functions, as well as a substantial math module, that allows you to execute mathematical operations on numbers.

## Built-in Math Functions

To determine the lowest or highest value in an iterable, use the min(>

and max(>

functions:

`x = min(5, 10, 25>`

y = max(5, 10, 25>

print(x>

print(y>

Output:

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## The Math Module

Math is a built-in module in Python that adds to the set of mathematical functions.

You must first import the math module in order to utilise it:

After you've imported the math module, you may begin using its methods and constants.

For example, the math.sqrt(>

method returns the square root of a number:

```
import math
x = math.sqrt(81>
```

print(x>

Output: