antilogarithm

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antilogarithm

a number whose logarithm to a given base is a given number
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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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Table 1 shows the estimated effects for all factors as well as their antilogarithms. The reference price, to which all the effects refer, is 72.078 pesetas and corresponds to a very small house (up to 50 square meters) more than 20 years old, of bad quality, and without parking.
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.
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.