ANSWERS: 3

There is an example calculation on this page: http://www.clas.ucsb.edu/staff/lee/AntiLogs.htm

An Antilog will be a fraction or a decimal number. The '5' tells me there will be 5 zeros after the decimal place ... then the rest of the number.

add +6 & 6 to 5.67, you will get (0.336).Now you can look for antilog of 0.33 into the antilog table followed by 10 raise to the power 6.
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