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SOURCE: I cant find my Antilog

The common antilog is the shifted function of the "log" key, marked "10^x". The natural antilog is the shifted function of the "ln" key, marked "e^x".

Posted on May 09, 2011

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SOURCE: where is antilog function in Casio fx-570ES PLUS?

A name can bring a lot of confusion. The decimal logarithm has an inverse function which is raising a number to a power of 10. It shares the same physical key as the logarithm LOG.

Posted on May 16, 2012

The inverse of log functions are power functions.

Inv of ln is exponential (e^x)

Inv of log in base 10 is 10^(x)

A function and its inverse usually share the same physical key. One function is accessed directly, the other by using the SHIFT or 2ndF key.

Inv of ln is exponential (e^x)

Inv of log in base 10 is 10^(x)

A function and its inverse usually share the same physical key. One function is accessed directly, the other by using the SHIFT or 2ndF key.

Aug 18, 2014 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

Get the Plus. It adds a few functions, takes nothing away, and is the same price at most vendors.

Sep 04, 2012 | Casio FX570ES Scientific Calculator

The common antilog is the shifted function of the "log" button (marked 10-superscript-x) and the natural antilog is the shifted function of the "ln" button (marked e-superscript-x). The log and ln buttons are both on the third row of the keyboard.

Aug 25, 2012 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

A name can bring a lot of confusion. The decimal logarithm has an inverse function which is raising a number to a power of 10. It shares the same physical key as the logarithm LOG.

May 15, 2012 | Casio FX570ES Scientific Calculator

Sorry, the fx-570ES Plus does not have the ability to insert thousands separators into numbers.

May 11, 2012 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

The common antilog is the shifted function of the "log" key, marked "10^x". The natural antilog is the shifted function of the "ln" key, marked "e^x".

May 09, 2011 | Casio FX570ES Scientific Calculator

Antilog is a somewhat outdated terminology for the inverse function of the logarithm.

To calculate on your FX-300ES the base 2 antilog of 4, key in

Correct result is 16.

To calculate on your FX-300ES the base 2 antilog of 4, key in

Correct result is 16.

Jan 20, 2011 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

For common antilog, use 10^x, the shifted function of the log key. For natural antilog, use e^x, the shifted function of the ln key. In either case, press the appropriate function and then enter the expression whose antilog you're seeking.

Oct 26, 2010 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Alot of people have this doubt, so I might as well make it clear.

Press the 10^x button (while pressing SHIFT, of course; it's exactly above the LOG button) followed by the number whose antilog you desire.

Example :

Let's say we need antilog(-6.8),

1. Press SHIFT, followed by LOG (i.e 10^x); this'll display a 10 on the screen;

2. Type in -6.8;

3. Press "=";

4. This'll display 1.584893192x10^-7 as the solution, which is correct!

5. Bye, lol :P

:-)

Press the 10^x button (while pressing SHIFT, of course; it's exactly above the LOG button) followed by the number whose antilog you desire.

Example :

Let's say we need antilog(-6.8),

1. Press SHIFT, followed by LOG (i.e 10^x); this'll display a 10 on the screen;

2. Type in -6.8;

3. Press "=";

4. This'll display 1.584893192x10^-7 as the solution, which is correct!

5. Bye, lol :P

:-)

Apr 07, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

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