Common logarithms

Definition of Common logarithms

logarithms of which the base is 10; - so called from Henry Briggs, who invented them.

See also: Logarithm

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Common appurtenant
Common at large
Common bar
Common barrator
Common because of vicinage
Common Bench
Common brawler
Common carrier
Common chord
Common council
Common crier
common denominator
Common divisor
Common fraction
Common gender
Common in gross
Common informer
Common law
Common lawyer
Common lewdness
-Common logarithms-
Common lunar year
Common meter
Common multiple
Common noun
Common nuisance
Common of estovers
Common of pasture
Common of piscary
Common of shack
Common of turbary
Common pleas
Common prayer
Common pyrites
Common recovery
common room
Common school
Common scold
Common seal
Common sense
Common thrift
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