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antilogarithm

the number whose logarithm is the number in question.
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The second, shown in Figure 1, includes the antilog function and is referred to as the enhanced performance DC-ADGC receiver.
To estimate the trend value for 1997, we place the coded value of X for 1997 into the preceding equation and solve for Log Y and then take the antilog of the result:
12) The returns to private school attendance are calculated (in percentage form) by taking the antilog of 0.
To interpret the values on the logarithmic scale in terms of dollar amount, the antilog is calculated.
b Wages, bonuses, and benefits after taxes, in thousands of December 1995 rubles, received from the primary place of employment in the 30 days before the interview; the geometric mean computed as the antilog of the mean natural logarithm of earnings, calculated over those who were not owed back wages.
90) The geometric mean is defined as the positive nth root of the product of the numbers, or the antilog of the mean of the sum of the logs.
The index level in any year is equal to the antilog of the estimated coefficient.
The antilog of y produced the predicted IgG concentration of the sample.
Using the antilog formula, the predicted changes in the log of current compensation were converted to predicted percentage changes in current compensation for the years 1986, 1987, and 1988.
The antilog of the regression slope was used as an index of munificence; (2) Dynamism was measured using the antilogs of the standard error term from each regression equation described above.
After solving this, the antilog of the intersect was taken to determine a.
2) The beginning and ending growth rates are separately estimated using a log linear regression approach in which the natural log of total earnings is regressed against time for the five years prior to 1979 (or 1989) and the estimated slope coefficient (b=log(1 + g)) is solved for g by taking the antilog and subtracting one.