# Core #

## Usage #

The core of math.js is the `math`

namespace containing all functions and constants. There are three ways to do calculations in math.js:

- Doing regular function calls like
`math.add(math.sqrt(4), 2)`

. - Evaluating expressions like
`math.eval('sqrt(4) + 2')`

- Chaining operations like
`math.chain(4).sqrt().add(2)`

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## Configuration #

math.js can be configured using the `math.config()`

, see page Configuration.

## Extension #

math.js can be extended with new functions and constants using the function `math.import()`

, see page Extension.

## Serialization #

To persist or exchange data structures like matrices and units, the data types of math.js can be stringified as JSON. This is explained on the page Serialization.