the amount corresponding to a logarithm The word was sometimes though rarely accustomed denote the complement of certain logarithm in addition the logarithmic cosine corresponding to confirmed logarithmic sine
- the sheer number of which a given quantity could be the logarithm
- The number corresponding to a logarithm. The word was often, though rarely, familiar with denote the complement of a given logarithm; in addition the logarithmic cosine equivalent to certain logarithmic sine.
(letter.) The quantity corresponding to a logarithm. The phrase was sometimes, though seldom, always denote the complement of a given logarithm; in addition the logarithmic cosine equivalent to a given logarithmic sine.
The series is formed by successive multiplication, and any antilogarithm to a larger number of decimal places is formed from it in the same way by multiplication.