# How to Find the Antilog of Values in Excel

To find the antilog of values in Excel, you can use the exponential function, which is EXP(). The antilog is the inverse of the natural logarithm (base e), and the EXP() function calculates the value of e raised to a given power. Here's how to use the EXP() function to find the antilog of values in Excel:

- Open Microsoft Excel and create a new worksheet, or open an existing worksheet where you want to find the antilog of values.
- Identify the cell or range of cells containing the values for which you want to find the antilog.
- In an empty cell, type the formula
`=EXP(A1)`

where 'A1' is the cell reference containing the value you want to find the antilog of. For example, if the value is in cell B2, the formula would be`=EXP(B2)`

. - Press Enter to calculate the antilog of the value.
- If you have a range of values for which you want to find the antilog, drag the fill handle (the small square in the bottom-right corner of the selected cell) down or across the range to apply the formula to all the values.

## Example

Let's say we have the following natural logarithm values in column A:

```
A
1 0.693147
2 1.609438
3 2.302585
```

To find the antilog of these values, follow these steps:

- In cell B1, type the formula
`=EXP(A1)`

and press Enter. The antilog of 0.693147 will be calculated, and the result (2) will be displayed in cell B1. - Click on cell B1 to select it. Drag the fill handle down to cell B3 to apply the formula to the other values. The antilog of 1.609438 and 2.302585 will be calculated, and the results (5 and 10) will be displayed in cells B2 and B3, respectively.

The final result should look like this:

```
A B
1 0.693147 2
2 1.609438 5
3 2.302585 10
```

In this example, the antilog values in column B are e raised to the power of the values in column A.

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