Ivars Wrote:So what are the exact values for :Well, always for let us start from (Hey, boys, I am starting using TeX ... Waaaoow!):

etc?

For an estimation of , I think we may proceed like this, assuming the new more precise asymptotic value obtained by Andydude (step 0):

, and:

Then:

step 1 - Calculate vor various values of and produce a graphical continuous and smooth plot, if possible;

step 2 - Produce the graphical inversion of the previous plot, always in the domain, so obtaining the pentalog of ;

step 3 - Estimate the intersection between the two pentation/pentalog diagrams (always in ), which should coincide with one the pentation fixpoints for . The coordinate of this point should be what we may call . This is the coordinate of the penta-fixpoint and, therefore of the hexation asymptote. We can see thay it must be .

step - Proceed again as in step 3 with the hexation/hexalog plots and the result will be , such that:

, and:

And ... so on !!!!

However, ... it is a very long way ... Perghaps there are shortcuts.

GFR

[Sorry, Administrator, these comments of mine, apart the first 5 lines are completely wrong. I shall correct them asap. Perhaps, I was tired! - GFR]