Excel LOG10 Function
The LOG10 function returns the base-10 logarithm of a given number.
The LOG10 function returns a numeric value.
- Number, the only argument in the LOG10 function, should be supplied as a numeric value.
- LOG10 function will return the #VALUE! error if number is non-numeric.
- LOG function will return the #NUM! error if number ≤ 0.
- In LOG function, when the base argument is omitted, it defaults to 10. In this situation, LOG10(number) is equal to LOG(number). For example,
=LOG10 (100) equals to =LOG (100)
Supposing, you want to calculate the base-10 logarithms of the given numbers in the table below. Please do as follows.
1. Copy the formula below into cell C4.
2. Then drag the fill handle down to the cells you want to apply this formula too. The results are as the following screenshot shows.
We can directly input value in the number argument in the formula. For example, the formula in cell C4 can be changed to:
Excel EVEN Function
The EVEN function rounds numbers away from zero to the nearest even integer.
Excel EXP Function
The EXP function returns the result of the constant e raised to the nth power.