
Definition of Logarithmic
1. Adjective. Of or relating to or using logarithms. "Logarithmic function"
Definition of Logarithmic
1. a. Of or pertaining to logarithms; consisting of logarithms.
Definition of Logarithmic
1. Adjective. (mathematics) Of, or relating to logarithms. ¹
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Definition of Logarithmic
1. [adj]
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Literary usage of Logarithmic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1899)
"For instance, suppose it were desired to find the logarithmic decrement of an
... If the logarithmic decrement did not vary the curve would be a straight ..."
2. A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by James Clerk Maxwell (1892)
"The logarithm of the ratio of the amplitude of a vibration to that of the next
following is called the logarithmic Decrement. If we write p for this ratio, ..."
3. How to Make and Use Graphic Charts by Allan Cecil Haskell (1919)
"4, is a combination of the logarithmic and rectilinear charts, usually having
the logarithmic ruling vertically along the yaxis and the rectilinear ruling, ..."
4. Graphical and Mechanical Computation by Joseph Lipka (1918)
"The logarithmic slide rule.* —This instrument consists of several parallel ...
All logarithmic slide rules do not carry the same number of scales. ..."
5. Steam Power Plant Engineering by George Frederick Gebhardt (1917)
"logarithmic Diagram.—It is a wellknown fact that the equation of the polytropic
curve Pv" = C becomes a straight line when plotted on logarithmic ..."
6. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1900)
"Note on Finding the logarithmic Sines and Tangents of Small Arcs. By J. Burgess,
CIE, LL.D. (Read July 18, 1898.) In geodetical and astronomical ..."
7. The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1919)
"Determination of the Number of Oscillations by the Aid of the Decrement.— A
knowledge of the value of the logarithmic decrement of the oscillations taking ..."