Use this calculator to easily calculate the antilogarithm of a number with a given logarithm base (antilog(x)). The default base is the natural logarithm.
What is an antilogarithm?
An antilogarithm, also called inverse logarithm, is the inverse of the logarithm operation. It is exactly the same as exponentiation, that is - to raise a number to a given power.
A strict definition for the antilog function is: f(x) = bx, which is exactly the inverse of logb(x).
For example, the inverse logarithm of log264 is 26 since 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 64. Thus antilog(64) = 26 when using a base of 2.
Havign a handy antilog calculator means you no longer need to rely on log tables, since you can quickly calculate antilogarithms using this calculator.
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