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antilogarithm

In n = a P, a is the root or base, p is the index or logarithm, and n is the power or antilogarithm.

00the hyperbolic antilogarithm of x is e x .

00to base 2; the first antilogarithm being 2 °°= i, which is thus the antilogarithm of o to this (or any other) base.

00The series is formed by successive multiplication, and any antilogarithm to a larger number of decimal places is formed from it in the same way by multiplication.

00If N is the antilogarithm of p to the base a, i.e.

00For a further explanation of logarithms, and for an explanation of the treatment of cases in which an antilogarithm is less than I, see Logarithm.

00In n = a P, a is the root or base, p is the index or logarithm, and n is the power or antilogarithm.

00the hyperbolic antilogarithm of x is e x .

00to base 2; the first antilogarithm being 2 Ã‚°Ã‚°= i, which is thus the antilogarithm of o to this (or any other) base.

00The series is formed by successive multiplication, and any antilogarithm to a larger number of decimal places is formed from it in the same way by multiplication.

00If N is the antilogarithm of p to the base a, i.e.

00For a further explanation of logarithms, and for an explanation of the treatment of cases in which an antilogarithm is less than I, see Logarithm.

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