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How to calculate an inverse of log base 10

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    Mike Middleton
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    How to calculate an inverse of log base 10

    Abdul Basit -

    In general, if y = log10(x), then x = 10^y.

    So, if you have =LOG10(4) in cell A1, showing approximately 0.60206, then
    enter =10^A1 in some other cell, which will show 4.

    - Mike
    www.mikemiddleton.com

    "Abdul Basit" <AbdulBasit@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:DC4141DC-1898-4942-9B96-42B25C89D637@microsoft.com...
    >I use the formulat Log10 (4) to calculate the log base 10 of 4. How can I
    > compute the inverse of log 10.




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    Abdul Basit
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    How to calculate an inverse of log base 10

    I use the formulat Log10 (4) to calculate the log base 10 of 4. How can I
    compute the inverse of log 10.

  3. #3
    Mike Middleton
    Guest

    Re: How to calculate an inverse of log base 10

    Abdul Basit -

    In general, if y = log10(x), then x = 10^y.

    So, if you have =LOG10(4) in cell A1, showing approximately 0.60206, then
    enter =10^A1 in some other cell, which will show 4.

    - Mike
    www.mikemiddleton.com

    "Abdul Basit" <AbdulBasit@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:DC4141DC-1898-4942-9B96-42B25C89D637@microsoft.com...
    >I use the formulat Log10 (4) to calculate the log base 10 of 4. How can I
    > compute the inverse of log 10.




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