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Dear Prof Vijilant

Can we construct Logarithm and Antilogarithm tables of complex numbers?

Thanks

Prashant

Hello Prashant

I wonder when you last used tables. They are a thing of the past. It is perfectly possible, but would take a lot of paper. You could put the real part horizontally and the imaginary part vertically.

Most statistical tables have two or even three parameters, but at least one is usually an integer.

vijilant

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