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Engineers and scientists sometimes use coordinate systems in which one or both axes are graduated according to the common (base10) logarithm of the displacement Let s look at the three most common variants Semilog (x linear) coordinates Figure 1413 shows semilogarithmic (semilog) coordinates in which the independentvariable axis is linear, and the dependentvariable axis is logarithmic The values that can be depicted on the y axis are restricted to one sign or the other (positive or negative) The graphable intervals in this example are 1 x 1 and 01 y 10
Exponential and Logarithmic Curves
Figure 1413 The semilog
coordinate plane with a linear x axis and a logarithmic y axis
x 1 0 1 The y axis in Fig 1413 spans two orders of magnitude (powers of 10) The span could be increased to encompass more powers of 10, but the y values can never extend all the way down to 0 Semilog (y linear) coordinates Figure 1414 shows semilog coordinates in which the independentvariable axis is logarithmic, and the dependentvariable axis is linear The values that can be depicted on the x axis are restricted to one sign or the other (positive or negative) The graphable intervals in this illustration are 01 x 10 and 1 y 1 The x axis in Fig 1414 spans two orders of magnitude The span could cover more powers of 10, but in any case the x values can t extend all the way down to 0 Loglog coordinates Figure 1415 shows loglog coordinates Both axes are logarithmic The values that can be depicted on either axis are restricted to one sign or the other (positive or negative) In this example, the graphable intervals are 01 x 10 and 01 y 10 Both axes in Fig 1415 span two orders of magnitude The span of either axis could cover more powers of 10, but neither axis can be made to show values down to 0 Logarithmic Coordinate Planes
Figure 1414 The semilog
coordinate plane with a logarithmic x axis and a linear y axis
0 03 1 3 10 Figure 1415 The loglog
coordinate plane The x and y axes are both logarithmic
01 01 x 03 1 3 10 Are you confused
Semilog and loglog coordinates distort the graphs of relations and functions because the axes aren t linear Straight lines in Cartesian or rectangular coordinates usually show up as curves in semilog or loglog coordinates Some functions whose graphs appear as curves in Cartesian or rectangular coordinates turn out to be straight lines in semilog or loglog coordinates Try plotting some linear, logarithmic, and exponential functions in Cartesian, semilog, and loglog coordinates See for yourself what happens! Use a calculator, plot numerous points, and then connect the dots for each function you want to graph Exponential and Logarithmic Curves
Here s a challenge! Plot graphs of each of the following three functions in xlinear semilog coordinates, ylinear semilog coordinates, and loglog coordinates (use the templates from Figs 1413 through 1415): y=x y = ln x y = ex

