# Constants

Single-precision floating-point mathematical constants.

## Usage

```
var constants = require( '@stdlib/constants/float32' );
```

#### constants

Single-precision floating-point mathematical constants.

```
var c = constants;
// returns {...}
```

`CBRT_EPS`

: cube root of single-precision floating-point epsilon.`EPS`

: difference between one and the smallest value greater than one that can be represented as a single-precision floating-point number.`EXPONENT_BIAS`

: the bias of a single-precision floating-point number's exponent.`MAX_SAFE_INTEGER`

: maximum safe single-precision floating-point integer.`MAX`

: maximum single-precision floating-point number.`MIN_SAFE_INTEGER`

: minimum safe single-precision floating-point integer.`NINF`

: single-precision floating-point negative infinity.`NUM_BYTES`

: size (in bytes) of a single-precision floating-point number.`PINF`

: single-precision floating-point positive infinity.`PRECISION`

: effective number of bits in the significand of a single-precision floating-point number.`SMALLEST_NORMAL`

: smallest positive**normalized**single-precision floating-point number.`SMALLEST_SUBNORMAL`

: smallest positive**denormalized**single-precision floating-point number.`SQRT_EPS`

: square root of single-precision floating-point epsilon.

## Examples

```
var objectKeys = require( '@stdlib/utils/keys' );
var constants = require( '@stdlib/constants/float32' );
console.log( objectKeys( constants ) );
```