By the way, have we found a suitable term for the tetrational equivalent of an exponent? For example, given , 2 is the base, and 3 is the exponent. So, given , 2 is the base, and 3 is the...?

I tried using tetrant (or tetrent), but it doesn't quite sound right when said out loud...

On a related note, a specific iteration could be called an iterate (the -ate sounding like "it", not like "ate"). Extending this linguistic idea to tetration, could we say that is the fourth tetrate of five?

I tried using tetrant (or tetrent), but it doesn't quite sound right when said out loud...

On a related note, a specific iteration could be called an iterate (the -ate sounding like "it", not like "ate"). Extending this linguistic idea to tetration, could we say that is the fourth tetrate of five?

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