antilogarithm


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antilogarithm

a number whose logarithm to a given base is a given number

antilogarithm

[¦an·ti′läg·ə‚rith·əm]
(mathematics)
For a number x, a second number whose logarithm equals x. Abbreviated antilog. Also known as inverse logarithm.
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(g) Skewed continuous variables are expressed as the weighted geometric mean (antilogarithm of the SE of the logarithmic mean).
where k is the mean price of the square meter filtered of all effects, and the remaining terms are the error and the antilogarithms of the estimated effects expressed as indices.
It can be shown that the antilogarithms of the [[Gamma].sub.t] terms are the index numbers.
The refined capacity estimates are taken to be the annual capacity indicators multiplied by the antilogarithms of the fitted values from the equation.
The predefined functions LOG (which converts to natural logarithms), EXP (which provides antilogarithms), and SQR (which calculates the square root) may also be different in other dialects of BASIC.
(26) The chained Tornqvist index is a chain of antilogarithms of growth rates.
Finally, the antilogarithms of the sum of the weighted quantity changes are taken and chained together to form the real-value-of-shipments index for the industry.
Indexes are constructed from the antilogarithms of this differential.