Similar words: arithmetic, mercalli scale, algorithm, scale, on a large scale, ornithological, microeconomics, slogan. Meaning: n. scale on which actual distances from the origin are proportional to the logarithms of the corresponding scale numbers.
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1 Integrated circuit. 5-step LED driver for logarithmic scale.
2 The logarithmic scale of the chart allows the full range of times to be displayed, but lessens the visual impact of the differences.
3 That's because quake magnitudes are calculated on a logarithmic scale.
4 We know that the ear operates on a logarithmic scale because harmonies have a special meaning and harmonies are ratios and ratios are easiest to manipulate on a logarithmic scale.
5 The tracks can have either a linear or logarithmic scale.
6 The logarithmic scale hides the scale of the increase. Because this represents trillions-fold increase since the 1890 census.
7 The only physical relationship between the chromatic scale and the ear is that both operate on a logarithmic scale in order to accommodate a large frequency range.
8 A bode plot shows the magnitude of a network function in decibels versus frequency,[www.Sentencedict.com] using a logarithmic scale for frequency.
9 Usually the relationship can be represented by a linear, quadratic, or cubic function on an arithmetic or logarithmic scale.
10 Here we show that the relationship between mass and metabolic rate has convex curvature on a logarithmic scale, and is therefore not a pure power law, even after accounting for body temperature.
11 These vertical bars indicate my uncertainty in measurements of thickness and the horizontal scale, which is a logarithmic scale...
12 The Heat Map displays values on either a clustered, linear or logarithmic scale, to help spot uneven distribution of data across threads.
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