# antilog

NOUN
1. the number of which a given number is the logarithm
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## How To Use antilog In A Sentence

• This is the antilog in terms of the original unit of measurement that defines the 50th percentile.
• In symbolic logic, she reduced syllogistic reasoning to an inconsistent triad with the introduction of the antilogism, a form that made the testing of deductions easier.
• And, read those headline, it is antilogy simply, logic is confused.
• Origen has recourse too easily to allegorism to explain purely apparent antilogies or antinomies. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
• Levels of all metals were transformed logarithmically for the analysis, and results are presented as geometric means (the antilog of the mean of the log values) - adjusted by groups of age and sex - and their 95% confidence intervals.
• The antilog of the slope of this line represented average annual survival for that age interval.
• I generally encounter problem in calculating logarithm and antilog from the given tables ...? en Español Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
• Mood and Figure the pretentious antilogies which they foist upon the public; and, indeed, such licences of composition often prevent honest men from detecting errors into which they themselves have unwittingly fallen, and which, with the best intentions, they strive to communicate to others: but we put up with these drawbacks to avoid the inelegance and the tedium of a long discourse in accurate syllogisms. Logic Deductive and Inductive
• More generally, antilogy names the basic rhetorical theory (propounded by Protagoras) that two contrary arguments may be given about everything.
• Accepting this mathematical context produces a semantical change in the meanings of the terms with the result that they no longer stand for classical concepts and are therefore no longer antilogies.
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