logarithm logarithm  /ˈlɑ ɡə ˌrɪ ðəm/


  • (n) the exponent required to produce a given number


  1. Using a plot of average speed in meters per second against the logarithm of the distance, he drew a graph of 17 record marks, from 200 meters to 10 miles.
  2. He was always trying to teach me the logarithm table he knew by heart, and infinitesimal calculus.
  3. As more and more nations acquire the know-how and or the weapons themselves, the logarithm of danger will increase.


  • Math Advance Suggest RSA Encryption Could Fall Within 5 Years

    holy_calamity writes "The two encryption systems used to secure the most important connections and digital files could become useless within years, reports MIT Technology Review, due to progress towards solving the discrete logarithm problem. Both RSA and Diffie-Hellman encryption rely on there being no efficient algorithm for that problem, but French math professor Antoine Joux has published ...
    on August 7, 2013     Source: Slashdot

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