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b^^y, b<1 and y<-2 to evaluate to the real number!??
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0.5^^(-4.3)~=4.03335... woww! Smile but... is this result correct!?? (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetration - you look with attention to "Polynomial approximations" -> "Examples: (...)")
if this number is correct then I ask if what is the better code of tetration (for mathematica, maple or other program math).
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(03/22/2010, 04:21 PM)nuninho1980 Wrote: 0.5^^(-4.3)~=4.03335... woww! Smile but... is this result correct!?? (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetration - you look with attention to "Polynomial approximations" -> "Examples: (...)")
if this number is correct then I ask if what is the better code of tetration (for mathematica, maple or other program math).

linear approximation and higher order approximation are not holomorphic.
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