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Complex or Real numbers more important?
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I now believe that if tetration is defined in terms of complex numbers then proofs are easier to write than if constrained to the real numbers. I was so taken with the complex number system that it never occurred to me that extended tetration should be favor the real number system. Are there other people who feel more comfortable working with the complex number system?
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