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Hyperoperators
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When I first learned about tetration and hyperoperators, I wondered if each operator was set at a number. For example, + could be written as /1\, * as /2\, ^ as /3\ and so on. [Image: mathtex.cgi?formdata=a%5Eb] would be written as a/3\b and a/0\b would be b+1 (I think, feel free to correct me on anything if I'm wrong). I found the equation [Image: mathtex.cgi?formdata=a\underline{%2F\sig...9\right%29] and did the math and plugged in 0 to get [Image: mathtex.cgi?formdata=a%5Cunderline%7B%2F...5Cright%29] which simplifies to [Image: mathtex.cgi?formdata=a%5Cunderline%7B%2F...slash%7D+b]. According to this, a/-n\b=a/0\b=b+1 (although I could be completely wrong on this)

So after that, I wondered if was possible to have an operator that wasn't an integer. For example, 2/e\5 or 3/2i+3\2 and that's where I got stuck. So I would like you guys to help me figure this out.

Thanks!
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Messages In This Thread
Hyperoperators - by Mr. Pig - 06/10/2010, 04:37 AM
RE: Hyperoperators - by bo198214 - 06/10/2010, 06:42 AM
RE: Hyperoperators - by 73939 - 06/20/2010, 02:41 AM
RE: Hyperoperators - by bo198214 - 06/20/2010, 12:26 PM
RE: Hyperoperators - by andydude - 06/20/2010, 05:46 AM

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