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## What is the reverse log on the calculator?

SEARCH FOR ANTILOGARHYTHMS (also called **Inverse logarithm**)

For this, the most simple scientific **calculators**enter the number, press the button **back** (inv) or Shift key, then. click **log** (or ln).

## What is the inverse of logarithmic base 10?

That **log10 inversion** (x), denoted **log**(x), yes **10**X.

## What is the opposite of a magazine?

**Logarithms** are “**opposite**exponent, just like subtraction **opposite** addition and division is **opposite** multiplication. **Magazines** “cancel” exhibitors.

## How to find the reverse inverse?

## What is the formula for the inverse function?

That **inverse function** returns the original value for which **function** gave a conclusion. If you think **functions**f and g **back**, f(g(x)) = g(f(x)) = x. A **function** which consists **from** it **back** gets the original value. Then g(y) = (y-5)/2 = x **inversion** f(x).

## How to find the reverse on the calculator?

TO **find** v **back** function, write the function y as a function of x, i.e. y = f(x) and then **solve** for x as a function of y.

## How to find the opposite step by step?

**Nakhodka** v **Back** functions

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## What is the reciprocal of 12?

Multiplicative **inversion 12** one/**12**.

## How to find the reverse table?

## How to find inverse 2×3?

## What is an inverse function table?

For **table**x-values **function** are the y-values of it **back**and y-values **function** are the x-values of it **back**. When you find **back** equation, the x and y values are also reversed, except that the equation is solved with respect to y.

## How to find the inverse of a composite table?

## Can two elements have the same inverse?

3) **Two** different **elements** can not **have the same reverse** since g−1=h−1 implies g=h.

## How to find the inverse Cayley table?

## How to find the inverse multiplication table?

To read **Multiplication table** (or in general Kaley **table** To **find** any operative **back**) keep moving down the line for your chosen x element until you reach an identity. Navigate up that column and its label element will be **back** y.

## What is the inverse of 1 2?

Multiplicative **inversion 1/2** it’s 2.

## What is the inverse of 3?

Multiplicative **inversion 3** one/**3**.

## What is the inverse of 4?

Multiplicative **inversion 4** one/**4**.

## What is the inverse of 5?

Multiplicative **inversion 5** one/**5**.

## What is the multiplicative number that is the reciprocal of 7?

Dividing by a number is equivalent to multiplying by the reciprocal of the number. In this way, **7** ÷**7**=**7** × 1⁄**7** =1. Here, 1⁄**7** called **multiplicative inverse 7**. Similar **multiplicative inverse** out of 13 is 1⁄13.