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A Notation Question (raising the highest value in pow-tower to a different power)
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(02/18/2019, 08:49 PM)sheldonison Wrote: The notation I like best for clarity to distinguish from raising powers is something like this; with an optional "\circ" and  with brackets around the iteration count of k.

The open circle notation is excellent thanks for the tip.
   -Micah
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RE: A Notation Question (raising the highest value in pow-tower to a different power) - by Micah - 02/18/2019, 10:34 PM

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