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Q: What is a fractional part of a logarithm called?

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Base 10 logarithms are called "common logarithms".

part of a common logarithm

A fractional portion is part of a whole portion

Multiply the whole number part by the denominator of the fractional part and add the result to the numerator of the fractional part.

whats is the mantissa of logarithm

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A whole number with a fractional part attached is called a mixed number. Hope this helps!

They are the decimal fractional part.

Base 10 logarithms are called "common logarithms".

A number such as 32/7 is called a mixed number.

Fractional ionization occurs when part of a cell loses ions due to collision of molecules. If the ions in the cell turn from positive to negative, but only part of them turn, this is called fractional ionization.

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part of a common logarithm

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It is a percentage as for example 1/2 of a 100 is 50%

A fractional portion is part of a whole portion

The base 10 logarithm is called the "common logarithm". * * * * * It is also called the 'Briggsian logarithm', named after Henry Briggs, who introduced his table of logarithms on base 10 at Oxford in 1624, much to the joy of navigators, astronomers, and others having tedious calculations to perform.

A logarithm is the exponent to which a number called a base is raised to become a different specific number. A common logarithm uses 10 as the base and a natural logarithm uses the number e (approximately 2.71828) as the base.

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