from The Century Dictionary.
- By the use or aid of logarithms.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb By the use of logarithms.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb in a logarithmic manner
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"quantum" factor that slowly - kind of logarithmically - depends on the distance between the sources.
In addition, many third and subsequent pregnancies are a deliberate attempt to produce a baby of the opposite sex, all adding logarithmically to the continuing expansion of man.
… Several operators we spoke with mention that it is increasingly important to upgrade to network equipment that scales logarithmically to user traffic demand, given the decoupling that operators are witnessing between data traffic growth and services revenues.
From a rigorous mathematical point of view, this is mathematically preposterous, i.e. m (0) is assumed to be logarithmically infinite.
The longest transposals look rather boring, since they are all minor variations: congregationalists congregationalists congregationalist congregationalist algorithmically logarithmically representatives representatives congregational congregational establishments establishments egocentrically geocentrically certifications rectifications consolidations disconsolation conservatoires conservatories
The kindergarten pupil, with no formal math education, maps numbers out logarithmically.
His reaction to her intensifies logarithmically whatever fear she already had.
On the one hand, it is interesting that the eye works logarithmically in discerning brightness, and this has historical significance in astronomy.
Philip Ball explains why we should love logarithms — including the surprising reason that it may be more natural to think logarithmically:
The results showed that the Amazonians had a clear tendency to apportion the divisions logarithmically, which means that successive numbers get progressively closer together as they get bigger.