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    How do I take an anti-logarithm to return a base 10 number?

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    On 2002-03-13 06:36, rvaiden wrote:
    How do I take an anti-logarithm to return a base 10 number?
    =10^A1 should get you the antilogarithm.

    If you need to reverse a natural logarithm,
    use

    =EXP(A1)
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