How do you evaluate #antilog 0.33736#?
The inverse of a logarithm is exponentiation with its base.
For example the inverse of the base 10 logarithm, (
Suppose that we have an equation:
Make both sides of the equation an exponent of the base, 3:
The left side becomes the argument within the logarithm, x -1:
The right side becomes 81:
Add 1 to both sides:
Another example with base e:
Make both sides and exponent of the base, e:
The left side becomes
Subtract 2 from both sides:
I hope that this helps