Logarithmic can refer to:

  • Logarithm, a transcendental function in mathematics
  • Logarithmic scale, the use of the logarithmic function to describe measurements
  • Logarithmic growth
  • Logarithmic distribution, a discrete probability distribution
  • Natural logarithm

Other articles related to "logarithmic":

Logrithm - Applications - Psychology
... Logarithms occur in several laws describing human perception Hick's law proposes a logarithmic relation between the time individuals take for choosing an alternative and the number of choices they have ... to rapidly move to a target area is a logarithmic function of the distance to and the size of the target ... psychophysics, the Weber–Fechner law proposes a logarithmic relationship between stimulus and sensation such as the actual vs ...
Logrithm - Applications
... This gives rise to a logarithmic spiral ... Logarithmic scales are useful for quantifying the relative change of a value as opposed to its absolute difference ... Moreover, because the logarithmic function log(x) grows very slowly for large x, logarithmic scales are used to compress large-scale scientific data ...
Logarithmic Differentiation - See Also
... Calculus/More Differentiation Rules#Logarithmic differentiation at Wikibooks see for textbook examples of logarithmic differentiation ... see for textbook examples of logarithmic differentiation Mathematics portal Darboux derivative, Maurer–Cartan form for generalizations to arbitrary Lie groups List of ...
Logarithmic Differentiation
... In calculus, logarithmic differentiation or differentiation by taking logarithms is a method used to differentiate functions by employing the ... of a product of a number of parts, so that a logarithmic transformation will turn it into a sum of separate parts (which is much easier to ... Logarithmic differentiation relies on the chain rule as well as properties of logarithms (in particular, the natural logarithm, or the logarithm to the base e) to transform products into sums and ...