### Definition of Antilog

1. Noun. The number of which a given number is the logarithm.

Exact synonyms: Antilogarithm
Generic synonyms: Number, Numeral

### 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 four-place 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 2-63749. Solution : Mantissa 63749 is found in ... Find antilog. of 4-51250. Solution : The mantissa 51250 is not found in the table. ..."