[an-ti-law-guh-rith-uh m, -rith-, -log-uh-]
- the number of which a given number is the logarithm; antilog
Origin of antilogarithm
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- a number whose logarithm to a given base is a given number100 is the antilogarithm of 2 to base 10 Often shortened to: antilog
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- The number whose logarithm is a given number. For example, the logarithm of 1,000 (103) is 3, so the antilogarithm of 3 is 1,000. In algebraic notation, if log x = y, then antilog y = x.
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