0.753

You saw in the previous part that log(102)=2. In other words, log and power of 10 are inverse operations; one cancels out the other. For this reason, 10x is often called the antilog of x.

For log(x)=0.123 we want to undo the log, so we must make the whole quantity a power of 10. And what we do to the left side we must also do to the right side of the equation. So

log(x) = 0.123

10log(x) = 100.123

x = 100.123

You saw in the previous part that log(102)=2. In other words, log and power of 10 are inverse operations; one cancels out the other. For this reason, 10x is often called the antilog of x.

For log(x)=0.123 we want to undo the log, so we must make the whole quantity a power of 10. And what we do to the left side we must also do to the right side of the equation. So

log(x) = 0.123

10log(x) = 100.123

x = 100.123

Source(s): Mastering Chemistry

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