Asked by John Garner

If **log M = x**, then M is called the antilogarithm of x and is written as M = antilog x. For example, if log 39.2 = 1.5933, then antilog 1.5933 = 39.2. If the logarithmic value of a number be given then the number can be determined from the antilog-table.

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