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Antilog (antilogarithm) Calculator

What is Antilog?

LOG (also known as a “compression operator”) is a mathematical tool that compresses numbers. It is typically used when numbers are too large or too small to handle easily, as often happens in astronomy or integrated circuits. Once compressed, a number can be converted back to its original form using an inverse operator known as “antilog.”

What Antilog / Antilogarithm Calculator does?

The antilog, or antilogarithm, is the inverse function of the logarithm. The antilogarithm of a number y is equal to the base b raised to the power of y (the exponent). That is, x is the antilog in base b of y, or expressed in symbols, x = antilogb(y), which is equivalent to x = by.

Examples

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Sources

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