Same as Ten common logarithms, but with subdivision into twenty instead of 10.

0 = | log | 1 |

1.05 | ||

0.05 = | log | 1.12 |

1.2 | ||

0.1 = | log | 1.25 |

1.35 | ||

0.15 = | log | 1.4 |

1.5 | ||

0.2 = | log | 1.6 |

1.7 | ||

0.25 = | log | 1.75 |

1.9 | ||

0.3 = | log | 2 |

2.1 | ||

0.35 = | log | 2.2 |

2.35 | ||

0.4 = | log | 2.5 |

2.7 | ||

0.45 = | log | 2.8 |

3 | ||

0.5 = | log | 3.15 |

3.3 | ||

0.55 = | log | 3.5 |

3.8 | ||

0.6 = | log | 4 |

4.25 | ||

0.65 = | log | 4.5 |

4.7 | ||

0.7 = | log | 5 |

5.3 | ||

0.75 = | log | 5.6 |

6 | ||

0.8 = | log | 6.3 |

6.7 | ||

0.85 = | log | 7 |

7.5 | ||

0.9 = | log | 8 |

8.5 | ||

0.95 = | log | 8.9 |

9.5 | ||

1 = | log | 10 |

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