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Flexible etas and eulers ? TPID 10
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I was thinking about TPID 10.

See http://math.eretrandre.org/tetrationforu...162&page=2

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I was thinking about the potential difficulty and vagueness of the conjecture , because of non-Unique solutions to tetration, pentation etc.

In fact i think we get flexibel etas and eulers , by which i intend lower and upper boundaries depending on the method !!

This imho deserves Some investigation.

In fact even the classical eta and e might be made flexible : coming from a " new x^x^ ... ". Or not, im brainstorming.

Havent considered this deep , just posting the idea ASAP.

Regards

Tommy1729
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