(06/01/2011, 03:03 AM)sheldonison Wrote: Last year, I posted my own tetra-Euler results and graph.

Ah, I added that in my Keyword article Euler number. You seem to have the most precise values, and the only picture about that matter.

Quote:But I think in this particular case, the connection between Henryk's graph and the Tetra-Euler constant is probably a coincidence.


The problem is that as the base gets closer and closer to eta, the upper fixed point can get arbitrarily close to e, so the maximum, can't occur at the Tetra-Euler number, ~3.0885322718067176544821807826411.

Ya definitely true.
Hey Nuninho, its just a coincidence Tongue

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