Introduction to Use of Logarithms (Classic Reprint)

Fb&c Limited, 22 nov. 2017 - 102 pages
Excerpt from Introduction to Use of Logarithms

Am. 1. Due - The logarithm of any proposed number is the exponent of the power to which some fixed number must be raised in order to equal the proposed number.

A system of logarithms is, therefore, a system of powers of some fixed number.

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