01/20/2008, 04:46 PM

Don't forget the application of tetration for creating a new superformat for the notation of real numbers, similar to the "floating point" notation, i.e.:

N = p.[b ^ n] , with p "the significance", b "the base" and n "the order of magnitude" (bracketing is not necessary);

to be compared with:

N = p (*) [b # n], with p "the tetrational significant figures", b "the base" and n "the tetrational order of magnitude" (bracketing is not necessary). Operator (*) would indicate the highest exponent of the "unhomogeneous towers" (with 1 < p < b).

This superformat notation is ideal for the notation of extremely large numbers.

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N = p.[b ^ n] , with p "the significance", b "the base" and n "the order of magnitude" (bracketing is not necessary);

to be compared with:

N = p (*) [b # n], with p "the tetrational significant figures", b "the base" and n "the tetrational order of magnitude" (bracketing is not necessary). Operator (*) would indicate the highest exponent of the "unhomogeneous towers" (with 1 < p < b).

This superformat notation is ideal for the notation of extremely large numbers.

GFR