Before solving the reverse equation, I just wanted to check that I am reading the formula that is in the [scale] reference correctly. First of all, the documentation says a, b, c are “the three typed-in arguments” and that the “third argument must be a floating-point number greater than 1. These statements seem to be in contradiction with each other so am I correct in assuming that a, b, c are the last three of the five typed in arguments? “Low Output Value”, “High Output Value”, “Exponential Base” respectively? If so, either I’m not reading it correctly, or there is a typo in the documentation. Could someone tell me if this clarified form is correct?

y = b * e – a * log(c) * e * x * log(c)

There seems to be a lot of implied multiplication in what is written–is there some missing operator?

Also, I tried both, but what base log is that? log10? or ln?

Thanks!

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