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common logarithm

n.
A logarithm to the base 10, especially as distinguished from a natural logarithm.

common logarithm

n
(Mathematics) a logarithm to the base ten. Usually written log or log10. Compare natural logarithm

com′mon log′arithm


n.
a logarithm having 10 as the base. Compare natural logarithm.
[1890–95]

common logarithm

A logarithm having 10 as its base. Compare natural logarithm.
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Noun1.common logarithm - a logarithm to the base 10
logarithm, log - the exponent required to produce a given number
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Emphasise a new natural palette with earthy materials, such as the Garden Trading Clockhouse log table.
It can also be expected that the students will generally have a positive opinion about the logs, but there will continue to be a portion of the group who do not like them as they are not accustomed to reporting on what they do, be it in a weekly summary or in a daily log table (Litzler, 2014b, 1533).
We settled ourselves at a log table close enough to the fire to feel the warmth and ordered a spit-roast chicken and chips from the menu.
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If the log table is not operating or does not have capacity, the logs are temporarily laid in the field before sorting.
If this time is greater than TTL, packet is rejected due to node or link failure otherwise it calculates age parameter and updates the log table and returns to the main procedure.
Input: Tables with dirty data, Reference table, Selected attributes Output: LOG table with tokens Var: i, j, m--attribute set, n--no.
Yet if you wanted to set up a permanent work site to cut timbers or planks for a building project, it would be a simple matter to make a timber log table to support your logs at a comfortable working height.
And his crop of children which sprang from the seed that he planted lined the sides of the split log table and sat six to a side on the split log benches and his wife from which the children sprang and in whom he planted the seed brought steaming platters of turkey and fish and ham and greens and potatoes and peas and cornbread and high brown biscuits and he watched the children absorb this as he watched his corn and his cotton absorb the growing rain and the growing sun.
The thing that was unusual about an earlier film I did, The Age of Beaver, was that all the camera moves were preplotted from a log table.
As dusk deepens, guests (and nonguests with dinner reservations) still gather around the original camp's log table to swap tales about the day's activities while passing heaping platters of food well worth the drive from Roseburg.