What is the antilog of 1 0015

Mathematical number tables

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  • Alwin Walther
  • Theodor Zech


To 801 and 802. Logarithms are exponents. That's how it is Logarithm of ten lg x the exponent with which one must raise the base number 10 to the power of the number (the numerus) x to obtain; d. H. it applies x = 10lgx. For example is 10lg 2 ≈ 0.3010 equivalent to 2 ≈ 100,3010.

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  • Alwin Walther
  • Theodor Zech

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