common antilog

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From common + antilog, by analogy with common log.

Noun[edit]

common antilog (plural common antilogs)

  1. (mathematics, rare) A common antilogarithm.
    • 1966, Cedric A. B. Smith and William Moses Feldman, Biomathematics: The Principles of Mathematics for Students of Biological and General Science,[1] Charles Griffin, page 143:
      This accordingly gives us another way of writing the exponential function, and also a way of calculating its value from a table of common antilogs.