# Antilog Calculator

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) = b ^{x}**, which is exactly the inverse of log

_{b}(x).

For example, the inverse logarithm of log_{2}64 is **2 ^{6}** since 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 64. Thus antilog(64) = 2

^{6}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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