| Benjamin Peirce - 1837 - 288 páginas
...the system of logarith'mSj is of great importance ; and the logarithm of a number may be defined as **the exponent of the power to which the base of the system must be** raised in order to produce this number. Logarithm of Product and of Power. 6. Corollary. When the base... | |
| Benjamin Peirce - 1837 - 288 páginas
...of the system of logarithms, is of great importance; and the logarithm of a number maybe defined as **the exponent of the power to which the base of the system must be** raised in order to produce this number. Logarithm of Product and of Power. 6. Corollary. When the base... | |
| Benjamin Peirce - 1843 - 284 páginas
...of logarithms, is of great importance ; and the logarithm of a number may be defined as the ezponent **of the power to which the base of the system must be** raised in order to produce this number. Logarithm of Product and of Power. 8. Corollary. When the base... | |
| James Thomson - 1848
...number, and y its logarithm, we arrive at the conclusion, that the logarithm of a number is the index **of the power to which the base of the system must be** raised to produce that number. Thus, in the common logarithms, m which 10, the radix of the decimal... | |
| Benjamin Osgood Peirce - 1855 - 288 páginas
...system of logarithms, is of great importance ; and the logarithm of a number may be denned as t/ic **exponent of the power to which the base of the system must be** raised in order to produce this number. Logarithm of Product and of Power. 8. Corollary. When the base... | |
| James Mills Peirce - 1873 - 83 páginas
...number to which all numbers are referred in that system. It may have any positive value except unity. **The logarithm of a number in any system is the exponent...the power to which the base of the system must be** raised to produce that number. The antilogarithm of a number is that number of which the given number... | |
| George Albert Wentworth - 1898 - 94 páginas
...fixed number to which all numbers may be referred. The base may have any positive value except unity. **The logarithm of a number in any system is the exponent of the power to which the base** must be raised to produce that number. Thus, if a is the base, and n and x have such values that a*... | |
| 1918
...commonly in use should be clearly and definitely impressed. The logarithm of a number is the index **of the power to which the base of the system must be** raised to equal a given number. This can be done by having the pupil show that the log 1000 to the... | |
| Benjamin Franklin Young - 1925 - 639 páginas
...of graphs on the grid each represents. LEGEND. See Key. LOGARITHM. The logarithm of a given number **is the exponent of the power to which the base of the system** has to be raised to produce the given number. The Common System whose base is 10 is the one used most... | |
| United States. War Dept - 1883
...6, which is called the base of the system of logarithms. The logarithm of a number may be defined as **the exponent of the power to which the base of the system must be** raised in order to produce this number. When the base is greater than unity, the logarithms of all... | |
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