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tiny q: superroots of real numbers x>e
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Yepp, so we have the interesting property, that we have two numbers:
a proper limit (e^(1/e)) for the sequence of srt of increasing order and x^(1/x) as value for "the immediate" evaluation of the infinite expression.

Hmm - surely this should be formulated more smoothly.

Can we then say, that the infinite iterative root for y>e has two values?

... so many questions... Sad

Gottfried
Gottfried Helms, Kassel
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RE: tiny q: superroots of real numbers x>e - by Gottfried - 02/03/2009, 11:36 AM

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