
Definition of Antilog
1. Noun. The number of which a given number is the logarithm.
Definition of Antilog
1. Noun. An antilogarithm. ¹
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Definition of Antilog
1. the number corresponding to a given logarithm [n S]
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Literary usage of Antilog
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1. Higher Arithmetic by Wooster Woodruff Beman, David Eugene Smith (1900)
"115, we have : Hence, we see that antilog 0.8513 = 7.1, antilog ... _ Similarly,
to find antilog 1.8563. antilog 1.8567 = 0.719 1.8563 antilog 1.8561 ..."
2. Academic Algebra by Wooster Woodruff Beman, David Eugene Smith (1902)
"EXERCISE CXLIII From the table find the following : 1. antilog 0.3234. 2.
antilog 2.4271. ... 10. antilog 2.0000. 11. antilog 1.9850. 12. antilog 0.7076 ..."
3. Plane Geometry: I. Abridged and Applied. II. College Preparatory by Matilda Auerbach, Charles Burton Walsh (1920)
"antilog 2.6417 is about .2 the way from antilog 2.6415 to anti log 2.6425. ...
antilog 2.6417 = .04382. The following form is a good one for use. ..."
4. The Elements of Logarithms: With an Explanation of the Three and Four Place by James Mills Peirce (1874)
"In the system of which 8 is the base, antilog 4 = 4096, antilog 3J =, antilog
2§ = 256, antilog 2 = 64, antilog 1J = 16, antilog § =4, antilog 0 =1, ..."
5. Computation Rules and Logarithms: With Tables of Other Useful Functions by Silas Whitcomb Holman (1918)
"To find the antilog of 2.4857, inspect the body of the fourplace log table to
find the mantissa .4857 (or the next smaller than this if the exact value ..."
6. Plane Trigonometry by Fletcher Durell (1910)
"Find antilog sin ... a difference of ^ of 60", or 41", in the angle. ... antilog sin
... of 60" = 48" 5 antilog cos ..."
7. A School Algebra: Designed for Use in High Schools and Academies by Emerson Elbridge White (1896)
"If the given characteristic had been 2, the antilog would have been 653 ; and,
... We write 783 for the first three figures of the antilog. ..."
8. Numbers Universalized: An Advanced Algebra by David Martin Sensenig (1890)
"Find the antilog. of 263749. Solution : Mantissa 63749 is found in ... Find antilog.
of 451250. Solution : The mantissa 51250 is not found in the table. ..."