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Alternate solution of tetration for "convergent" bases discovered
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(09/14/2010, 10:30 PM)sheldonison Wrote: The period for the regular superfunction, is a somewhat complicated mess. As z->-infinity, the behavior of the regular superfunction is approximated by an exponential. This is the formula I use.



The next step, is to figure out what the periodicity is, taking into account because L is a fixed point, then B^L=L.

As z -> -infinity,


substitute: , ,

hmm i was looking for the superduper general case of how to find the period of the regular super of any function...

i believe such a formula exists .. perhaps even mentioned before ... perhaps even by you ... perhaps in thread " using sinh " ?

i seem to have such a kind of deja vu ...
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