CD411- Notes 5
CD411- Notes 5 CD 411
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Date Created: 02/27/15
CD411 Notes 5 Chapter 3 Logarithms and Antilogarithms Numbers vs Numerals Numerals Roman Numerals 0 Symbols that represent numbers 0 Cannot add nor subtract them 0 Numbers 0 Symbols with fixed relation to other symbols 0 Can be added or subtracted Scales 0 Nominal o Categorical o Objects can be equal or different Ordinal 0 Symbols that differentiate things but correspond to some order I AgtBgtCgtDgtE 0 Radial o Exponential I Xn Interval 0 Size of interval between adjacent numbers is known as a constant I Aka linear scale 0 Size of interval is called the base 0 Adding or subtracting the base to each interval will give you the next one I 12345 n1 I 102030 n10 Exponents Thursday Rules Any base raised to the zero power is 1 o X0 0 Any base raised to the first power equals the base 0 X1 x Laws of Exponents 1 Law 1 x3 xb xab a MultiplicationAdd a b 2 Law 2 xaxb X a Division Subtract a b 3 Law 3 xab xab a Power Multiply a and b Antilog Long B gt XB A Log 2 8 3 o 23 8
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