On the $$2 \pi i$$-periodic solution to tetration, base e JmsNxn Ultimate Fellow Posts: 1,064 Threads: 121 Joined: Dec 2010 09/28/2021, 05:44 AM I wrote a brief expose on how the periodic solutions to tetrations work base e. I focused solely on the $2 \pi i$-periodic case. And did a walk through on how I prove the construction. It's not epsilon/delta perfect--for that you'll need the preprint. This is just a quick explanation after the fact. This paper is about 7 pages long--isn't very rigorous or ambitious. It's just an explanation of what happens in the $2 \pi i$-periodic case. It gives the barebones of my beta method preprint; but only for a single case. I wrote this quickly, mostly to be notes for sheldon when we have our next zoom call. But I think regular users would benefit from this.   Notes_for_beta.pdf (Size: 196.25 KB / Downloads: 165) « Next Oldest | Next Newest »

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