I must be missing something… Serverside math.pow takes 2 params, js side (Stdlib) it appears to only take one.

https://kotlinlang.org/api/latest/jvm/stdlib/kotlin.math/pow.html

Am I missing something

I must be missing something… Serverside math.pow takes 2 params, js side (Stdlib) it appears to only take one.

https://kotlinlang.org/api/latest/jvm/stdlib/kotlin.math/pow.html

Am I missing something

Where do you see a version that takes 2 params? Because I don’t see any. Also AFAIK the `pow`

function has the same signature on all target platforms.

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i am doing this server side

```
val numTiles = Math.pow(2.0, zoom)
val metersPerTile = Math.cos(Math.toRadians(lat)) * 40074274.9 / numTiles
```

This is `pow`

function from `java.lang.Math`

class. You can import `kotlin.math.*`

and use the same extension function `pow`

as in Kotlin/JS. Note that it still takes two parameter, but the first of them comes as a receiver of extension function `fun Double.pow(x: Double): Double`