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What is an antilog? Is it just an exponential? Never heard it referred to as an anti log before.

 

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What is an antilog?

 

antilogb(y) (antilogarithm in base b of y)

 

antilogb(y) = by

 

Example:

antilog3(2) = 32=9

antilog(2) = 102= 100

 

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heureka  Mar 1, 2017
edited by heureka  Mar 1, 2017
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Right so 'antilog' is just a different word for exponential.

 

ie write log100 = 2 in exponential form, 10^2 = 100

is the same as antilog2 = 10^2

 

logab = x

antilogax=b

 

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yes

 

Example Wolfram Alpha:

 

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heureka  Mar 1, 2017

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