Q: What is the difference between a diary and a log?

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in most cases they are the same

there is no difference differents words but same meaning like acclamated and get used to mean the same thing

Because log(2) to the base 10 is 0.3010 which is approx 0.3. Using logs changes a multiplicative difference [factor of 2] to an additive difference [of log(2)].

let x and y be two numbers ex = y log y = x antilog x = y

Log is a logarithm with any arbitrary base, for example log_10 100=2. Ln is a logarithm with a base of e(Euler's number), which is 2.71828 18284 59045 23536...

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A web page is just that, a page on a web site. A blog (web log) is a special type of web page that is setup like a journal or diary.

in most cases they are the same

A diary is what you write, An autobiography is what some writes about you

They can be the same, but a log is dated and the time is included. A log is a formal record where as a diary is informal or personal.

In nautical terms a log is various records, made in rough ir finished form dealing with a trip made by a ship or sircraft. Particulars are recorded such as navigation, weather and engine performance. A diary is a daily record usually private dealing, with the writers own experience and observations.

there is no difference differents words but same meaning like acclamated and get used to mean the same thing

When the data is written in the archive log file

When the data is written in the archive log file

A log or a journal

a log

Log in is when you first start your pc and go into an account by entering a password.Whereas log on is when you switch to another account whilst on the net.