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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
 n. An antilogarithm.
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 n. An antilogarithm.
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 n. the number of which a given number is the logarithm
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Examples

Anyways, … for some tricksters, once you know the log and antilog tables you can appear to have fantastic mental arithmetic skills and "make friends"; in BBC RED DWARF lexicon, "... be a genius again".

When Wim Klein extracts the thirteenth root of a hundreddigit number he must determine the logarithm of the first four digits of the power, divide it by thirteen and obtain the antilog.

Beberapa bulan yang lalu saya sempat membuat postingan di blog antilog. in bahwasanya saya ingin membuat kontes seo khusus untuk pemula.

Another interesting  and quotable  part of the discussion covered Komisar's idea of a startup's "analog" and "antilog."

I generally encounter problem in calculating logarithm and antilog from the given tables ...? en Español

Is there a way to find log and antilog of a number without using log tables? en Español

Note: The antilog of x is simply the logarithm base raised to the power of x which, in the above examples, is

Note: The antilog of x is simply the logarithm base raised to the power of x which, in the above examples, is 10

XI of the _Formula of Concord_ against the Neustadt theologians reads as follows: "In their antilog [antilogia  attack on Article XI of the
Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church

n.  number of which logarithm is a power of 10 or other base (abbr. antilog.).
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