Logarithmic Graph Paper also is known as log graph paper is employed for resolving logarithmic equations in mathematics. It is different from others as its grid along both axes is logarithmic.
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Logarithmic Graph Paper PDF
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How to Read Logarithmic Graph Paper
In the logarithmic graphing paper, the lines are not liner in distance but they are unevenly drawn. It is used where the statical data is more than a regular graph paper can handle. Where the data is too much you can use this graphing paper to represent that data.
First, you have to choose whether you are using a one log graph paper or two. The difference is just that either only one axis will be logarithmic or both will be logarithmic. It all depends on the quantity of the data that you are using. It is because the lines are not spread evenly on the graph paper like a regular graph paper.
Blank Logarithmic Graph Paper
If you want to y=√x can easily be shown in any regular graph paper or semi-log graph paper or log-log graph paper, but you can not show its small details on a basic grid paper. But in this quadrille, you can properly represent this function. In this, remember that the intervals between the lines are not even. If you are representing 20 on the quadrille and you took the first interval as 10, then remember that the next interval would be 1/3 or 1/4 of that 10 because as I earlier told you, the lines are not liner and equal.