## Javascript Math Reference : Math.random

### Javascript Math.random

The Math.random takes does not take any argument and returns a random number between 0 and 1.
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Try this example online here .

It is often required to find a random numeber between, say 0 to 10. How to do that ? All we do is multiply the returned result by 10 to get the random number between 0 and 10. Look at the following example which prints 10 random numbers between 0 and 10.
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Try this example online here .

A typical output looks like
```Random Number between 0 and 10: 7.743211425929848
Random Number between 0 and 10: 0.7056276518774696
Random Number between 0 and 10: 9.231555257045041
Random Number between 0 and 10: 0.33005140798325394
Random Number between 0 and 10: 7.22913748778844
Random Number between 0 and 10: 2.847247377972332
Random Number between 0 and 10: 9.219032827412834
Random Number between 0 and 10: 5.978896927307241
Random Number between 0 and 10: 8.50390484138096
Random Number between 0 and 10: 1.4229072921192354
```

You could potentiall use the round function if you do not like the decimal places as in

```x = Math.round(Math.random()*10);
```

Try making the above change to see the result.