What properties do hyperoperations base pi have?

π+π~6.283.

π*π~9.870.

π^π~36.462.

π^^π~19,924,084,821,713,599,984,983,799,892,180,468,936,939.296.

Is π[n]π ever an integer/rational/constructible number/algebraic, for ?

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Using logarithmic semi-operators base the pith root of pi, π{x}π For some reason, any non real valuedness is not showing up. Isn't the analytic continuation of the Kneser method not real valued at the pith root of pi? Although, I do have some issues with tetration at base the pith root of pi.

Using logarithmic semi-operators base the pith root of pi, here is graph of y=π{x}π from -π to π:

π+π~6.283.

π*π~9.870.

π^π~36.462.

π^^π~19,924,084,821,713,599,984,983,799,892,180,468,936,939.296.

Is π[n]π ever an integer/rational/constructible number/algebraic, for ?

Like before:

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Also the picture is 443 pixels by 314 pixels wide.

Using logarithmic semi-operators base the pith root of pi, π{x}π For some reason, any non real valuedness is not showing up. Isn't the analytic continuation of the Kneser method not real valued at the pith root of pi? Although, I do have some issues with tetration at base the pith root of pi.

Using logarithmic semi-operators base the pith root of pi, here is graph of y=π{x}π from -π to π:

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Sincerely: Catullus