Statistics: An Introduction to Quantitative Economic Research

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Appendix A Table of Four-Place Logarithms
PROPORTIONAL PARTS
Num-
ber
0123456789123456789
1000000043008601280170021202530294033403744812172125293337
1104140453049205310569060706450682071907554811151923263034
1207920828086408990934096910041038107211063710141721242831
1311391173120612391271130313351367139914303610131619232629
141461149215231553158416141644167317031732369121518212427
151761179018181847187519031931195919872014368111417202225
162041206820952122214821752201222722532279358111316182124
172304233023552380240524302455248025042529257101215172022
18255325772601262526482672269527182742276525791214161921
19278828102833285628782900292329452967298924791113161820
20301030323054307530963118313931603181320124681113151719
21322232433263328433043324334533653385340424681012141618
22342434443464348335023522354135603579359824681012141517
2336173636365536743692371137293747376637842467911131517
2438023820383838563874389239093927394539622457911121416
2539793997401440314048406540824099411641332357910121415
2641504166418342004216423242494265428142982357810111315
274314433043464362437843934409442544404456235689111314
284472448745024518453345484564457945944609235689111214
294624466946544669468346984713472847424757134679101213
304771478648004814482948434857487148864900123689101113
314914492849424955496949834497501150245038123678101112
32505150655079509251055119513251455159517212457891112
33518551985211522452375250526352765289530212456891012
34531553285340535353665378539154035416542812356891011
35544154535465547854905502551455275539555112456791011
36556355755587559956115623563556475658567012456781011
3756825694570557175772574057525763577557861235678910
3857985809582158325843585558665877588858991235678910
3959115922593359445955596659775988599960101234578910
4060216031604260536064607560856096610761171234568910
416128613861496160617061806191620162126222123456789
426232624362536263627462846294630463146325123456789
436335634563556365637563856395640564156425123456789
446435644464546464647464846493650365136522123456789
456532654265516561657165806590659966096618123456789
466628663766466656666566756684669367026712123456778
476721673067396749675867676776678567946803123455678
486812682168306839684868576866687568846893123445678
496902691169206928693769466955696469726981123445678
506990699870077016702470337042705070597067123345678
517076708470937101711071187126713571437152123345678
527260726871777185719372027210721872267235123345677
537243725172597267727572847292730073087316122345667
547324733273407348735673647372738073887396122345667
0123456789123457789

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