This antilog calculator can calculate the inverse logarithmic value of any arbitrary base. Number having natural base (e) can also be calculated.

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**Logarithm**

Logarithms, sometimes known as logs, are the inverse of exponentials. The logarithm of a number **‘x’** in the base **‘a’** is defined as the number **‘n’** such that **‘a ^{n} = x’**.

The logarithm of a number is the value that the base must be raised to in order to get that number, i.e. the exponent.

**Anti-logarithm (antilog)**

The inverse technique of obtaining the logarithm of a number is called as Antilog, which is also known as “Anti- Logarithms.” Consider the case where **‘x**‘ is the base **‘b’** logarithm of an integer **‘y’**, and **‘y’** is the antilog of **‘x’**.

If **log _{b }y = x**, then

**y = antilog x**

**Antilog Calculator Use**

- This calculator is easy to use and understand.
- To begin, simply enter the base value and log value in the appropriate fields.
- The calculator will then display the result as an antilog value.
- Note that you can use any base value, even the natural antilog (e constant).

**Formula to Calculate Antilog of Any Number**

Any number’s antilog is simply the base multiplied by that number. As a result, antilog_{10}(8.5) = 10^{8.5} = 316227766. This applies to the case for any base. Below are some of the examples,

Antilog_{2}(6) = 2^{6} = 64.

Antilog_{e}(8) = e^{8} = 2980.957987041727.