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Log base what? All of the following are antilogs that return x

=EXP(LN(x))
=10^LOG10(x)
=b^LOG(x,b)

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Definition of LOG: if x = 10^y, then y is said to be the log(base 10) of x
It is the number that 10 must be raised to to generate x
So if you know the log of a number (you know y), then you can find x using x
= 10^y
In Excel =10^A1

If you want natural logs replace 10 by e (exp(1))
Natural antilog =EXP(A1)
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In MS Excel 2010, click an empty cell and select Autosum from the menu bar in the Home tab. Then select - more functions - math - Power - OK. In the dialog box that pops up, insert the base as the Number field (e.g. 10 for base 10), then insert the number (that you want the anti-log for) in the Power field and click OK. You can insert a cell location as the Power field (e.g. A1).

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