# JavaScript Number Methods

Many JavaScript Number methods are commonly used to manipulate number values. These number formats accept integers and floating-point numbers in decimal and hexadecimal notations.

Here are a few techniques for manipulating and modifying numerical values.

## 1. toString()

The toString() method is a built-in method in JavaScript that is used to convert a number to a string.

## 2. toExponential()

The toExponential() method is a built-in method in JavaScript that is used to Convert a number into exponential notation.

## 3. toFixed()

The toFixed() method is a built-in JavaScript method that is used to convert a number to a string and round the number to a specified number of decimal places.

## 4. toPrecision()

The toPrecision() method is a built-in JavaScript method that is used to convert a number to a string and format it to a specified number of significant digits.

## 5. ValueOf()

The valueOf() method is a built-in JavaScript method that returns the primitive value of an object.

## 6. Number()

The Number() function is a built-in function in JavaScript that can be used to Convert a value to a number.

## 7. parseFloat()

The parseFloat() function is a built-in function in JavaScript that is used to Convert a string to a floating-point number.

## 8. parseInt()

The parseInt() function is a built-in function in JavaScript that is used to convert a string to an integer.

## 9. Number.isInteger()

The Number.isInteger() is a built-in function in JavaScript that determines whether a value is an integer or not.

## 10. Number.isSafeInteger()

The Number.isSafeInteger() is a built-in function in JavaScript that determines whether a value is a safe integer or not.

## 11. Number.parseFloat()

The Number.parseFloat() is a built-in function in JavaScript that is used to convert a string to a floating-point number.

## 12. Number.parseInt()

The Number.parseInt() is a built-in function in JavaScript that is used to convert a string to an integer.