Q: What is the antilog of -0.9?

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The answer is easy if you are familiar with scientific notation. The antilog of a number, whose integer part is n, has 10n in its scientific notation. Otherwise: the number that you want the antilog for will normally be in decimal form: consisting of an integer part, a decimal point and a fractional part. The number of integer digits in the antilog is one more than the integer part of the number being "antilogged" (exponentiated). antilog(0.1234) = 1.3286*100 = 1.3286 antilog(1.1234) = 1.3286*101 = 13.286 antilog(5.1234) = 1.3286*105 = 132860 antilog(-3.1234) = 1.3286*10-3 = 0.0013286

The antilog of -4.45 refers to the inverse operation of taking the logarithm base 10 of a number. To find the antilog of -4.45, you would raise 10 to the power of -4.45. This can be calculated as 10^(-4.45), which equals approximately 3.54813389234.

If a number has an antilog whose integer part is n, then the number has n-1 digits before the decimal point.

If it is log to the base 10, use the calculator to find 10 to that power. If it is log to the base e, use the calculator to find e to that power. Both the above are standard functions on all scientific calculators and are easy to work out on spreadsheets. Alternatively, you can find the antilog of the absolute value and then find the reciprocal. Thus antilog(-3.5) = 1/antilog(3.5) etc.

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Raise 10 to the power of the number. The antilog of 2 is 102 = 100 The antilog of 5 is 105 = 10,000 The antilog of 'pi' is 103.1416 = 1,385.46 (rounded)

how to find antilog(20/2) answer

Roughly 95,499,258.6

It is 1013.309 . If your pocket calculator doesn't do 10x then you use antilog tables. It's a big number. 1013 x antilog of 0.309 might be more handy.

Assuming base-10 logarithms the antilog of 2.068 is 116.95 (to two decimal places).

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The answer is easy if you are familiar with scientific notation. The antilog of a number, whose integer part is n, has 10n in its scientific notation. Otherwise: the number that you want the antilog for will normally be in decimal form: consisting of an integer part, a decimal point and a fractional part. The number of integer digits in the antilog is one more than the integer part of the number being "antilogged" (exponentiated). antilog(0.1234) = 1.3286*100 = 1.3286 antilog(1.1234) = 1.3286*101 = 13.286 antilog(5.1234) = 1.3286*105 = 132860 antilog(-3.1234) = 1.3286*10-3 = 0.0013286

The value of antilog(1.0913) depends on the base to which the logarithm was taken. Antilog(1.0913) = Base1.0913. The two most common bases are e = 2.71828 (approx) and 10. If the base was e, then antilog(1.0913) = e1.0913 = 2.978 If the base was 10, then antilog(1.0913)= 101.0913 = 12.340

Assuming working to base '10' , then Antilog 2.3909 is 10^(2.3909) = 245.9801149/ Remember for logarithms. log of a number is log(10)[number] Hence its antilog is 10^(log number).

The antilog of the number in the display is10xThere's probably a button somewhere on the calculator that gives you 10x . Also, this terminology, and the button, are probably discussed in the tiny bookletthat comes with the calculator.

0.008572 (rounded)