Antilogarithm

Antilogarithm calculator

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Antilogarithm is the inverse function of a logarithm, defined as n is antilogarithm of a if log n = а.

The antilogarithm in base b of a is, therefore, the value of b to the power of a
n=b^a.

Since we have Logarithm calculator, we probably should have an antilogarithm calculator, albeit a straightforward one.
By the way, the default value for the logarithm base is Euler's number - for convenience.

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Antilogarithm

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