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Fractional Tetration
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Hi I am a Grade 10 student.

I was wondering if anyone had a way to understand what it means to tetrate to a fraction.

For example: 3^^(1/2)

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You can fastly calculate a^^b -> fast accurate Kneser sexp algorithm - you need download Pari/GP for execute lastest version of code "kneser.gp" - in last post of this link. Smile
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